Middle East

Libya: Misrata marks one year since ISIL's defeat in Sirte

Libya's national accord government hosted an event to mark the first year anniversary of ISIL's defeat in the city of Sirte. The government has been compensating and awarding families of the victims.

Middle East

Leaders in the Arab Spring era: Where are they now?

In the wake of Saleh's death, we look at the fate of Arab leaders affected by Arab Spring protests.

Leaders in the Arab Spring era: Where are they now?

Libya

'Slavery is an outrageous reality in Libya'

UN experts call on Libyan government to take urgent action to end the country's slave trade.

'Slavery is an outrageous reality in Libya'

Libya

Libya to allow emergency repatriation of refugees

Announcement at African-EU summit follows reports that African asylum seekers and migrants were being sold into slavery.

Inside Story

Who is to blame for African migrants' slavery in Libya?

Video of slaves apparently being auctioned in Libya is causing widespread outrage.

Libya

African refugees bought, sold and murdered in Libya

Human trafficker tells Al Jazeera that refugees are being bought and sold in Libyan 'slave markets'.

African refugees bought, sold and murdered in Libya

slavery

UN considers sanctions to fight Libya slave trade

French diplomat urges Security Council action to identify people and groups behind trafficking through Libyan territory.

Opinion

Slave trade under the walls of 'Fortress Europe'

The migration policies of the European Union have directly resulted in slavery conditions for migrants in Libya.

Joey Ayoub

by Joey Ayoub

Joey Ayoub

Middle East

UNSC condemns reported slave trading in Libya

The UN Security Council has condemned human trafficking in Libya, but reached no resolutions on measures to combat the practice.

Libya

Benghazi suspect cleared of murder over 2012 attack

Man accused of masterminding Benghazi attack convicted on four terrorism-related charges but acquitted on 14 others.

Libya

'They sell Africans over there': Libya's slave trade

It has been reported that hundreds of people are being auctioned in modern day slave markets in Libya for as little as $400.

Human Rights

Sweden: 'Torture, rape and slavery in Libya must stop'

Voices from Stockholm protesting against slavery in Libya.

Sweden: 'Torture, rape and slavery in Libya must stop'

Counting the Cost

Migrants for sale: Slave trade in Libya

African refugees have long used Libya as gateway to Europe, but many are now facing abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

Libya

Libya’s conflict hurts oil production and business

Libya's conflict between rival governments and armed groups has led to a sharp drop in oil production over the past three years.

Middle East

Libya: Lawyers to press ICC to probe Khalifa Haftar

Several human rights organisations and lawyers for victims of suspected war crimes in Libya have filed a suit at the International Criminal Court, over what they say are ongoing atrocities.