The ECOWAS countries and airlines will make their own decisions on flight bans and borders
Catherine Samba-Panza insists she harbors no ill will towards predecessor Michel Djotodia, who has been based in Benin since his January 2011 resignation.
Hundreds have been killed in the past year in clashes pitting the semi-nomadic, cattle-herding Fulani people against settled communities
Boat accidents are rampant in Nigeria, largely because most operators use wooden boats with little safety measures.
"We will take further measures against Egypt and the United Arab Emirates over their violation of Libyan sovereignty," Omar Humaidan, spokesman for the outgoing General National Congress said.
Libya's government has called for a peacekeeping force to be deployed to help disarm militant groups and restore stability. But council diplomats say the situation is too volatile.
Seventeen people, including the wives of several senior politicians, were arrested in June by police investigating allegations they acquired new-born babies from "baby factories" in neighbouring Nigeria
The ministers of industry, labor, planning, education, water resources and war victims' affairs all resigned on Wednesday citing perceived bias on the part of the government towards one particular party to the conflict.
The denial came one day after a New York Times report said Egypt and UAE carried out military strikes on pro-Islamist militias in Libya.
Khaled al-Qazzaz, secretary to Mursi on foreign affairs, was arrested in July 2013 along with the elected president and eight other senior aides when Mursi was overthrown by the army
All three of those killed were Russian, U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said
The statement gave no reason for the president's decision but local media speculated that Belkhadem had angered Bouteflika
The WHO said it had withdrawn staff from the laboratory testing for Ebola at Kailahun After a Senegalese epidemiologist was infected with Ebola.
A senior U.N. official warned earlier this month that some FDLR members believe an extended deadline for their disarming was an excuse to stall.
General David Rodriguez, the head of U.S. Africa Command, said some of the money would go on equipment to detect improvised explosive devices, new boats and training.
The clash over control of potentially lucrative roadblocks highlights factional tensions within the coalition that for months has controlled the north of a country
About 500 Nigerian soldiers have reportedly fled to neighboring Cameroon in the wake of fierce clashes with Boko Haram militants
Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Chad, Sudan, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States have called for peace in Libya.
Libya's mainly Islamist ex-parliament has refused to acknowledge the legitimacy of its successor parliament, which is dominated by liberals and federalists.
On Sunday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi denied that his country’s air force was involved in striking Islamist militias in Libya.
The airport was continuing operations despite the attack, by unknown assailants using a Grad multiple rocket launcher and causing no damage