Libyan authorities have arrested 541 migrants in the city of Misurata, some 250 km east of the capital Tripoli, as…
The new Libyan government, headed by Fathi Bashagha, welcomed the statement issued by military leaders from the city of Misurata.
National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has condemned the extrajudicial killing of blogger and activist, Tayib al-Shariri, by elements of the Misurata Joint Operations Force, affiliated with the Government of National Unity (GNU).
Libyan Crimes Watch (LCW) organization has blamed the outgoing Government of National Unity (GNU) for blogger Tayeb Al-Shariri’s murder, by the Joint Operations Force militia, which is affiliated with GNU.
On Sunday, 118 formations of the military and security forces in Misurata announced their welcome to the “Libyan-Libyan agreement” that took place between the House of Representatives and the High Council of State and the resulting constitutional amendment and naming a prime minister to take over power until holding referendum on the constitution and elections, describing the agreement between the two houses as “historic.”
A delegation of the Turkish Parliament is preparing to travel to Libya to hold a series of meetings with officials in Tripoli, Misurata and Benghazi, Turkish newspaper Zaman reports.
The Italian military in Libya is blocked by the Libyans, who are making money on visas for the new contingent, which was supposed to replace “our men”, reported the Italian newspaper il Geornale.
Hundreds of bodies of ISIS fighters killed in battle years ago are rotting in refrigerated food containers southeast of Misurata, Reuters reported.
Five officers, working at the Misurata port costumes, have been arrested over the embezzlement of 25 million Libyan Dinars ($5 million), announced the Public Prosecution Office of the Attorney General in a statement on Saturday.
Italy is strengthening its presence at the Misurata Airbase in western Libya, where satellite images showed new constructions at the Italian military section of the Base.