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Ten Years after the Arab Spring, Libya has Another Chance for Peace

Just over ten years ago, the United Nation’s no-fly zone over Libya marked the beginning of the Libyan revolution and the West’s bombing campaign.

Force Majeure declared at Marsa al Hariga- Libya

Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) declared force majeure on exports from the port of Marsa al Hariga after Arabian Gulf Oil Co suspends output over a budget dispute.

Armed Group Blocks Mellitah oil Complex - Libya

An armed group forcibly closed the entrances and exits of the Mellitah Oil Industrial Complex in western Libya, near Tripoli.

EU Council chief calls on mercenaries to leave Libya for stability

The European Union on Sunday called for the departure of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya, describing it as a “precondition” for a return to stability in the war-torn country. At a news..

Egypt to open new naval base

Egypt is close to opening a new naval base on Egypt's Mediterranean coast, near its border with Libya.

Gunmen kill wanted Libyan commander in new sign of instability

Gunmen assassinated an eastern Libyan commander wanted for war crimes on Wednesday, medics said, underscoring the risks of violent escalation on the ground that poses the biggest challenge to Libya’s..

Libyan National Army Grants Turkish vessels access to Eastern Ports

The General Command of the Libyan National Army, led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, announced on Wednesday that they have granted permission for commercial ships carrying the Turkish flag to enter..

Maiteeq Announces End of Financial Split in Libya

On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA), Ahmed Maiteeq officially announced the end of the financial split between the two finance ministries in..

European interest in Libyan Oil

The Libyan conflict has been ongoing for a decade. The impact on Libya’s oil production has been significant. Whether the new transitory government and shift to democracy will increase and stabilise..

As New Libyan Authority Takes Shape, Challenges to Peace Remain

The head of Libya’s new presidency council is due soon in the capital to begin work on a transitional government amid cautious hopes a decade of fighting that’s divided the OPEC nation may be coming..