Joint Military Commission “5+5” member from the western region of Libya, Mukhtar Al-Naqasa, announced that the committee will hold its…
The 10th Infantry Battalion of the Libyan National Army has taken on the restoration and upkeep of the historic Sebha…
UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya, Georgette Gagnon, said Tuesday she discussed with local officials, civil society, women and youth in Sebha “ways to strengthen UN support for local peacebuilding, enhancing social cohesion and creating sustainable livelihoods.”
A United Nations delegation, led by the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Libya, traveled to Sebha Monday to meet with southern government officials, tribal notables, academics, community-based organizations, women and youth, according to UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
A fuel tanker exploded in a massive blast in the southern Libyan city of Sebha late on Tuesday, injuring 17 people, the health ministry said in a statement.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) decided to transfer the headquarters of Zallaf Libya Exploration and Production of Oil and Gas to the city of Sebha in the South, according to its decision No. (83) for the year 2022 published on its official Facebook page.
The Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha accused the outgoing government headed by Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh of using oil money to stay in power, and wasting it on militias, that it reached terrorists who carried out a recent terrorist attack in Umm al-Aranib in the South.
The Libyan Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, said Thursday at the cabinet first meeting held in Sebha, “a new era has begun today in which all Libyans unite for reform, reconstruction and fair distribution of wealth and services without discrimination.”
A security meeting was held in Sebha on Tuesday in the presence of the commander of the South Operations Room, Major General Mabrouk Sahban, and the directors of the security services in the city, according Moral Guidance Department of the Libyan National Army (LNA).
Deputy Prime Minister of the new Libyan government for the southern region (Fezzan), Salem al-Zadama, announced the commitment to the road map emanating from the Libyan-Libyan consensus, approved by The House of Representatives, in order to hold presidential and legislative elections on a consensual constitutional basis and to end the transitional periods.