Libya's Defence minister Mohammed al-Bargathi resigned on Tuesday before withdrawing his resignation a few hours later. The move is over the siege of the ministries of justice and foreign ...
French secret services organised the capture of former Libyan ruler Moamer Kadhafi and may have killed him on then-president Nicolas Sarkozy’s orders, British and Italian papers claimed ...
African Union (AU) Commission chairperson Jean Ping defended the African Union’s position on Libya during his address to African foreign ministers at the AU summit meeting on Thursday.
In an exclusive interview on Tuesday Libya’s new interim Prime Minister Abdurrahim el-Keib told RFI that worries over the introduction of sharia law in Libya are unfounded.
Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) was set to declare the country liberated on Sunday, amid controversy over the death of former ruler Moamer Kadhafi.
South African President Jacob Zuma slammed Nato’s operation in Libya at the opening of the African Union’s (AU) Libya panel meeting in Pretoria.
France has opposed Italy’s call for a suspension in hostilities in Libya.
France is dispatching attack helicopters to take part in its operations against Libya's Kadafi regime, according to Monday's edition of the French daily Le Figaro.
Italy is in favour of giving the European Union’s Schengen accord a “roadworthiness test”, Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Sunday ahead of a crisis summit between French ...
France, Britain and the US say it is “unthinkable” for Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi to stay in power.