Eighty-nine of 113 lawmakers present in eastern city of Tobruk vote to withdraw confidence from Tripoli-based administration of interim PM Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.
Libya’s warring sides might be moving towards a political settlement through upcoming elections but risks for a military conflict remain.
The International Organization for Migration said Libya intercepted over 24,000 migrants in the Mediterranean this year, "but only 6,000 are in detention centers, the fate of others remains unknown".
Haftar wants to win favour in Washington ahead of December elections, documents show.
UK watchdog Airwars accounted for at least 22,679 civilian victims of Washington’s so-called ‘war on terror’, while over 370,000 civilians were killed by all parties over two decades.
Saadi Gaddafi was imprisoned in Tripoli since his extradition from Niger in 2014. He immediately departed on a plane to Turkey's city of Istanbul following his release, an official source said.
The Sufi institute was closed for six years following the attack in 2012 by the militants who raided the site, blowing up part of its sanctuary and burning books.
The country’s elections and transitional justice process will fail without holding Khalifa Haftar and his supporters accountable.
The 10 bodies from a mass grave was discovered on Saturday in a large agricultural area known as Mashrou' Alrabet in the city, Lutfi Tawfiq.
Known as Haftar’s henchman, Aguila Saleh, a prominent figure of Libya's parallel regime in the east, has been refusing to approve the UN-backed government's budget four months ahead of elections.
Regional players Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, UAE, and France have shown interest in the political situation, and the immediate effects will most likely be felt in Libya and the Eastern Mediterranean.
At least 20 women and two children are among 57 people who drowned, says International Organization for Migration, citing survivors brought to shore by fishermen and coast guard.
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