Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini allowed 10 of the 53 migrants stranded on the Sea-Watch 3 rescue ship to disembark on Saturday, but pressed ahead with plans to ban such boats from Italian territorial
The Italian government has introduced a new security decree that would mean non-governmental organisation (NGO) rescue boats that bring migrants to Italy without permission could face fines of up to €50,000.
DUBAI, June 15 (Reuters) - Libya’s state oil firm NOC said on Saturday it had restored natural gas supply to the Libya Norwegian fertiliser company (Lifeco), allowing factory operations to resume shortly.
BENGHAZI, Libya, June 15 (Reuters) - Libya’s state oil firm NOC said on Saturday it had restored natural gas supply to LifeCo - the fertiliser joint venture it operates with Norway’s Yara, allowing the
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - France's Total and other foreign firms have started to renew their business licences with Libya's internationally recognised government to keep operating in the country, the Tripoli-based
The fates of 53 desperate migrants rescued while crossing the Mediterranean hung in the balance Friday, after Italy’s far-right interior minister, Matteo Salvini, vowed their ship would not be allowed
A captain of a search-and-rescue ship potentially facing up to 20 years in jail in connection with her role in saving 6,000 people from drowning in the Mediterranean has accused the EU of letting people
CAIRO/TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The head of the Libyan parliament aligned with eastern forces trying to seize the capital from the internationally-backed government said on Thursday there could be no peace until
A federal jury found a second Libyan militant guilty on two counts for their role in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission and nearby CIA post in Benghazi, Libya that killed four Americans, including
Watch our special report from inside Libya as warlords battle over the ruins of the war-torn country
Once again Libya is a country at war. For the third time since the fall of strongman Muammar Gaddafi warlords and their militias are battling over the ruins of the country. Now, in addition to the thousands
The jury in Washington delivered a partial verdict, finding Mustafa al-Imam, 47, guilty on one count each of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and maliciously destroying government but