Denial comes following news reports that Rome planned to build 'logistics hub' on Libya’s southern border
It's been 86 years since the death of Omar al-Mukhtar, who led Libya’s mujahedeen against British, French, Italian invaders
Grandson of Libya's last king, deposed in 1969, proposes himself as consensus figure to lead transition to rebuild state
Suicide bomber targets facility manned by forces loyal to Libya’s Tobruk-based parliament
Tanker was loaded with 6 million liters of contraband fuel
Sudanese president voices support for internationally recognized Libyan government
No group claimed responsibility for attack
The children were returned to Sudan after their parents died while fighting with ISIL
Zeidan, who became premier in November 2012, was dismissed by Libya's parliament in March 2014 amid accusations that public funds had been embezzled.
Al-Werfalli, born in 1978, is a senior commander in the Al-Saiqa brigade, an elite unit which defected from the Libyan National Army after the uprising against longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011.
Ghassan Salama replaced Martin Kobler as UN’s Libya envoy earlier this month
The UN-backed Skhirat Agreement was reached in 2015 as the basis for a political process in Libya, but it had been rejected by Haftar and other factions.
Ali Zeidan captured from central Tripoli hotel
The announcement comes a day after Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said it was halting the use of its largest boat in the area because of an "increasingly hostile environment for lifesaving rescue operations".
Haftar will discuss "the issue of his eventual meeting with the prime minister" of Libya's recognised government, Fayez al-Sarraj, said Lev Dengov, who heads Russia's Libya contact group.
Experts, technicians aboard visiting warship had ‘assessed Libyan Navy’s needs’, spokesman says
The activists' "Defend Europe" mission has been financed by a crowd-funding initiative organised by young anti-immigration campaigners from France, Italy and Germany.
Ghassan Salame, a Lebanese academic and former culture minister, takes over from Martin Kobler with the task of leading political unity talks between rival factions in the deeply divided country.
Ship to assist Libyan coast guard stem flow of irregular migration
While it had already set aside some funds, Societe Generale had to book a charge of nearly billion euros against second-quarter profits for the out-of-court settlement with the Libyan Investment Authority in May.
Crash kills pilot; co-pilot detained