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Manchester bomber’s brother being extradited from Libya to UK

London requests the extradition after police issued an arrest warrant for murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion.

Majlis Keselamatan PBB gesa gencatan senjata di Libya

Majlis Keselamatan menggesa semua negara anggota agar tidak campur tangan dalam konflik di Libya susulan serangan ke atas sebuah pusat tahanan pendatang.

Eastern Libya, US firm close to signing Libya port deal

Talks have been going on for about a year to build a port in Susah, which would mark a rare sign of investment in Libya.

Turkey’s Erdogan urges end to Haftar attacks in Libya

Libya has Turkey’s support in its bid to ensure the north-African country’s peace and stability.

Migrant boat with 86 on board sinks off Tunisia, 4 rescued

While 86 are still missing, only three Malians and an Ivorian were rescued off Zarzis after their boat bound to Italy from Libya capsized today.

40 maut dalam serangan udara pusat tahanan migran tanpa dokumen

Akibat serangan udara di daerah Tajoura itu, 40 migran dari pelbagai negara Afrika terbunuh manakala 80 lagi cedera.

Air strike in Tripoli migrant detention centre kills 44

It is believed the air strikes on late Tuesday in Tripoli causing the death of 44 people is the responsibility of eastern forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar.

US says investigating missile find at Libya rebel base

The United States says it is looking into reports that American anti-tank missiles were found by forces loyal to Libya's unity government at a captured rebel base.

65 lemas kapal tenggelam di perairan Tunisia

Media melaporkan, 16 orang berjaya diselamatkan dan dibawa ke pantai Zarzis oleh tentera laut Tunisia.

Dozens of migrants drown off Tunisia coast after leaving Libya

A boat has capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the Tunisian coast drowning 70 migrants from Libya.

Air strikes and explosions hit Libyan capital

The Libyan National Army force loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar started an offensive two weeks ago.

Heavy clashes erupt in southern suburbs of Libya capital

The death toll in Libya has rose to 220.

120 killed, 600 wounded in Libya fighting, says WHO

The United Nations’ office for humanitarian affairs says more than 13,500 people had been displaced by the clashes, while more than 900 residents are living in shelters.

Italy says military intervention ‘cannot be a solution’ in Libya

Eastern-based Libyan forces led by Khalifa Haftar are advancing in a push to seize Tripoli.

Thousands flee Tripoli homes as battle rages on outskirts

The UN says at least 4,500 Tripoli residents have been displaced, most moving away from homes in conflict areas to safer districts.

UN chief calls for immediate halt to Libya fighting

The oil-rich northern African country has been rocked by violent power struggles between an array of armed groups since the NATO-backed overthrow of dictator Moamer Gaddafi in 2011.

Oil prices hit highest in 5 months as Libya fighting tightens...

Libya is a significant supplier of oil to Europe, producing around 1.1 million barrels per day of crude in March.

Battle rages for Libya’s capital, airport bombed

Casualties are mounting in fighting that also threatens to disrupt oil supplies, fuel migration to Europe and wreck UN plans for an election to end rivalries between parallel administrations in the country's east and west.

Oil extends rally as fighting in Libya adds another supply risk

“Supply disruptions in Libya are lifting prices at a time when appetite for risk assets is rising as concerns over global growth ease,”

US urges immediate halt to military operations in Libya

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is 'deeply concerned about fighting near Tripoli' and urges talks to end the fighting.

Eastern Libyan forces strike Tripoli as UN fails to reach truce

The offensive intensifies a power struggle that has fractured the oil and gas producer since the 2011 overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.

117 pendatang Afrika diselamatkan di pantai Libya

Pendatang dari pelbagai negara Afrika yang diselamatkan terdiri daripada 84 lelaki, 15 wanita dan 18 kanak-kanak.

Canada political crisis hurts Trudeau’s image as elections loom

A major political scandal that sparked the resignation of two of Justin Trudeau's ministers has tarnished his image just seven months before national elections.

Oil drops towards US$65 as Libya’s biggest field restarts

Some wells at Libya's El Sharara oilfield have restarted and the aim is to reach an initial output of 80,000 barrels per day.

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