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EU's Michel vows support to Libya's interim government

Tripoli - European Council President Charles Michel offered support to Libya Sunday on a visit to Tripoli, as the North African nation seeks to end a decade of chaos following a NATO-backed 2011 revolt.

Shadow of murderous brothers hangs over Libyan town

Libya - "They spared no child, no woman, no old man," said Mohamed Amer, mourning those murdered during a reign of terror by six brothers who ruled a Libyan town with bloodshed.

Hopes for free media dashed in post-Kadhafi Libya

Tripoli - A decade after the fall of Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi and the end of his regime's stranglehold on information, hopes for a free media remain a mirage.

Tunisian president in Libya for talks with new unity govt

Tripoli - Tunisian President Kais Saied on Wednesday visited neighbouring Libya, where a UN-backed unity government is seeking to restore stability after a decade of violence and division.

Libya's new interim PM takes office

Tobruk - Libya's new interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah pledged to unite divided Libya as he was sworn in Monday, preparing to steer the war-torn country to December elections.

Libya's interior minister escapes assassination attempt

Tripoli - The powerful interior minister of Libya's unity government survived an assassination attempt Sunday, an aide said, sparking fears of resurgent violence despite UN-led peace efforts.

Libyans remember revolution that ousted Kadhafi but brought chaos

Tripoli - Libyans marked 10 years Wednesday since the start of the uprising that toppled longtime ruler Moamer Kadhafi, ending a long dictatorship but throwing the country into a decade of violent lawlessness.

From conflict to co-working, Libyan youths share space

Tripoli - For those needing space to do business in Libya, a country beset by frequent blackouts and internet cuts after a decade of war, co-working has become increasingly popular.

Oil-rich Libya in poverty after decade of conflict

Tripoli - Libya has Africa's largest proven oil reserves and only seven million people, but a decade of bloody conflict has left its economy shattered and its population mired in poverty.

Who's left of the Kadhafi clan 10 years after revolt?

Tripoli - Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi was ousted and killed in the 2011 uprising, but several of his family members survived. A decade on, what has happened to them?

Libya mired in chaos 10 years after Arab Spring

Tripoli - Ten years after Libya's NATO-backed uprising ousted and killed dictator Moamer Kadhafi, the country remains wracked by conflict and chaos, its population bled dry despite the nation's vast oil wealth.

Libya's decade of turmoil since Kadhafi's fall

Tripoli - Oil-rich Libya has been mired in chaos since dictator Moamer Kadhafi was ousted and killed a decade ago.Its UN-recognised government is based in Tripoli, while eastern strongman Khalifa Haftar supports a parallel administration based in the east.

Libya embarks on new transition phase

Tripoli - Libya embarked Saturday on a new phase of its post-Kadhafi transition after an interim executive was selected to lead the country until December elections following a decade of chaos.

Libya embarks on new transition phase

Tripoli - Libya embarked Saturday on a new phase of its post-Kadhafi transition after the selection of a unity government to lead the country until December elections following a decade of chaos.

Foreign forces ignore Libya exit deadline under fragile truce

Tripoli - Foreign forces ignored a deadline to pull out of Libya as scheduled Saturday under a UN-backed ceasefire deal, highlighting the fragility of peace efforts after a decade of conflict.

Libya's eastern strongman urges troops 'drive out' Turkish forces

Tripoli - Eastern Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar has called on his fighters to "drive out" Turkish forces backing the UN-recognised government, as talks drag on to end long-running war in the oil-rich nation.

Turkey bolsters influence across North Africa's Maghreb

Tripoli - Turkey is boosting its influence across North Africa, analysts say, intervening militarily in war-torn Libya and using "soft power", trade and investment in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

Bodies of four children wash up on Libyan coast

Zawiya - The Libyan Red Crescent said the bodies of four children aged between five and 10 had washed ashore west of the capital Tripoli on Wednesday after a migrant boat sank.

Libya 4WD road warriors on bumpy ride to revive tourism

Libya - A road trip through Libya's desert would long have sounded like a holiday in hell but, two months into a ceasefire, adventurous travellers are exploring the Sahara by four-wheel drive.

Libyan father wants closure after son's forced disappearance

Libya - A year ago armed men took Mohamed al-Magri's son for questioning as fighting raged around the Libyan capital, and now he fears Haitham was killed and buried in a mass grave.
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