Libya

Deadly bomb blast rips through Benghazi mosque

At least two die and scores are wounded as bombing his mosque during Friday prayers in eastern Libyan city.

Deadly mosque blast hits Libya's Benghazi

Libya

Libyan commander wanted by ICC hands himself in

Mahmoud al-Werfalli is sought by the International Criminal Court over alleged summary execution of dozens of people.

Libyan commander wanted by ICC hands himself in

Libya

Libya Q&A: 'Haftar offers a return to a military state'

Renegade general Khalifa Haftar has declared Libya's UN-backed government in Tripoli 'void', saying it has no mandate.

Q&A: What's happening in Libya?

Libya

Haftar: Libya's UN-backed government's mandate obsolete

Self-styled national army chief, Khalifa Haftar, says national government created by 2015 UN-backed agreement is 'void'.

Haftar: Libya's UN-backed government's mandate obsolete

Libya

Discovery of bodies puts Libya's Haftar under scrutiny

Renegade general orders probe into what UN calls 'heinous crime' behind deaths of 36 people whose bodies bear signs of torture.

Middle East

Libya force arrests key ally of General Khalifa Haftar

Unclear if Mahmoud al-Werfalli will be handed over to ICC, which issued his arrest warrant for 'murder as a war crime'.

Libya: Khalifa Haftar ally Mahmoud al-Werfalli arrested

Middle East

ICC issues arrest warrant for key Haftar ally

Hague-based court holds Mahmoud al-Werfalli 'responsible for murder as a war crime' of 33 people in Libya's east.

ICC warrant for Khalifa Haftar ally Mahmoud al-Werfalli

Middle East

Haftar: Confront foreign ships in Libyan waters

Commander in control of the east issues orders to naval bases after Italy sends ship to halt people smugglers' boats.

Haftar to 'confront' foreign ships in Libyan seas

Middle East

Libya: Pro-Haftar fighters storm constitution assembly

Fighters hold assembly members at gunpoint, demanding they back down from a recently approved draft constitution.

Libya: Pro-Haftar fighters storm constitution assembly

Inside Story

Libya peace talks - Can they deliver?

France launches latest attempt to broker peace amid long-standing conflict between two main rival groups.

Khalifa Haftar

Forces loyal to Libya's Haftar 'burn 6,000 books'

Benghazi police destroy literature they say 'promotes violence' and ideas linked to the Muslim brotherhood and ISIL.

Forces loyal to Libya's Haftar 'burn 6,000 books'

Middle East

Security fears in Tripoli as Haftar widens military campaign

Thousands of displaced families living in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, fear they will never return to their homes in Benghazi.

Africa

Haftar and ISIL fighters launch attacks in Libya

Simultaneous attacks on UN-backed government come just hours after suspected Egyptian jets target areas south of Sirte.

Haftar and ISIL fighters launch attacks in Libya

Libya

What does the Haftar-Serraj meeting mean for Libya?

Analysts say the recent meeting in the UAE may only serve to validate Haftar's political legitimacy.

What does the Haftar-Serraj meeting mean for Libya?

Middle East

Libyan forces accused of killings and body mutilations

Forces of renegade general Khalifa Haftar to investigate abuses after video emerges of troops parading with corpses.