During the diplomatic meeting between Libya's government and the US delegation, both parties discussed the economic and political future of the North African nation.
Chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says his team possesses audio and video records of the atrocities and mass graves in Tarhuna where authorities unearthed 250 bodies.
Discoveries of mass graves are common in war-torn Libya, especially in Tarhuna city, a former stronghold for warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Libya’s crude production has resumed at several oil fields, after lifting force majeure on oil exports last week.
A UN-appointed mission to Libya says it has found "reasonable grounds" that the Kaniyat militia committed crimes against humanity as nearly 100 mass graves remain to be discovered in Tarhouna.
The UN's top official for Libya says rival groups should refrain from violence and agree on a framework for the future elections as the oil-rich country is being pulled apart.
Libya’s upcoming presidential vote - or its absence - could force a U-turn back towards violence, as elections often do in fragile contexts.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: No.
Out of 90 candidates, these men stand out in the run-up to the December elections in Libya. The polls are shrouded in controversy for framing electoral laws that allow war criminals to run for the top post.
Jan Kubis had succeeded Ghassan Salame, who quit his position in March last year due to stress.
Seven citizens have returned home safely with the help of governments of Libya and Qatar, according to Turkey's Foreign Ministry.
Saif al Islam Gaddafi has submitted his papers to contest elections, but many see that as the slippery slope towards autocracy.
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