Conditions in Libya are too unstable to hold elections

By: Middle East Affairs On Wednesday, Prime Minister Fayez Seraj was cited as saying: "Conditions in Libya are too unstable to hold elections, casting doubts on a French-led push for a vote in December which aims to end years of turmoil and unify the North African country." By Dec. 10, French President

Rockets were fired in the direction of the airport in Libya’s capital

By: Middle East Affairs On Tuesday, the airport in Libya's capital, residents said: "Rockets were fired in the direction of forcing flights to be diverted, less than a week after the United Nations brokered a fragile truce between rival armed groups in Tripoli." "There were no casualties or damage. Libyan channels reported

IS claims responsibility for deadly Libya checkpoint attack

By: Middle East Affairs Earlier this week, Libya's branch of the Islamic State group on Saturday claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on a checkpoint between the capital Tripoli and the town of Zliten. No less than four individuals were murdered when militants furnished with explosives and rifles assaulted the security group

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