Head of Libya’s unity government calls on international community to help stop recent escalations in south
Violence escalated in southern Libya in recent days since Haftar's forces captured the Timnahent airbase
Libyan coastguards rescue 23 people but many more remain missing
An Air Force commander was among those killed in crash
Libya’s warring camps remain locked in conflict over North African country’s oil-rich central region
A US official this month told AFP that Moscow apparently has deployed military forces to a base in western Egypt.
Martin Kobler makes assertion amid continued reports of grievous rights violations across troubled nation
Video showed a captain in Haftar's forces shooting down three opposition fighters
Media reports claimed al-Sarraj had fled from Tripoli
The fighting lasted four days and subsided only after the GNA signed a ceasefire agreement with militias from Tripoli and third city Misrata and local mayors.
Search for 3 remaining crew members continues after Turkish freighter sank off Libyan coast
It was the third straight day of clashes between the two sides.
Al-Sarraj was planned to arrive in Khartoum for a two-day visit for talks on bilateral relations
A young university student from Sudan, Aya disappeared and was later killed in fighting in Sirte, leaving a baby daughter behind in the care of her parents
A Western diplomat, who also requested anonymity, confirmed reports that Russian forces are now at a western Egypt army "facility."
Troops commanded by Libyan renegade general Khalifa Haftar have launched an offensive to seize back control of two of the country's key
The two main groups fighting for control of Libya's oil terminals are the Islamist Benghazi Defence Brigade (BDB) and the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by strongman Khalifa Haftar.
The migrants were set to embark from Sabrata beach, 70 kilometres (45 miles) west of Tripoli, in a perilous attempt to cross the Mediterranean, the source said.
Chairman of NATO military committee discusses regional developments with officials in Cairo
Move comes following last week's clashes between Tobruk-based army and militias based in Benghazi
Rocked by chaos since the overthrow and killing of dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011, Libya desperately needs to relaunch its oil exports, the backbone of its economy.