Suleiman Al Harari, the head of the Interior Committee of the House of Representatives, has expressed “great frustration” with the…
Tripoli-based Coast Guard and Port Security managed in two separate operations to rescue 168 migrants of several nationalities, who were on their way to European shores, according to the Army’s Chief of Staff in Tripoli.
Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, said there are exciting capabilities in Libya to develop hydrocarbons to provide Europe with oil and natural gas through the sea by the pipelines using the existing infrastructure, according to NOC.
Oil prices fell more than 1 percent on Thursday in a volatile week as economic and recession fears hobbled global financial markets, outweighing supply concerns and geopolitical tensions in Europe.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced Wednesday the death of 114 migrants and the loss of 436 others, while trying to cross the Mediterranean from Libya to European shores, during the period from January 1 to April 30.
Over 90 people have lost their lives in international water after leaving from Libya on an overcrowded boat many days ago, according to Doctors with Borders (MSF) organization.
More than 32,000 people were intercepted and returned to Libya last year, revealed the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) in a report released on Friday.
The Tripoli-based Coast Guard intercepted on Saturday 61 migrants of several African and Arab nationalities who were on their way to European shores on a rubber boat.
Tripoli Coast Guard intercepted on Tuesday 172 migrants of several African nationalities, who were on their way to European shores on two boats, according to the Chief of Staff of the Naval Forces in Tripoli.