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Rockets fired at airport in Libya's capital Tripoli

Rockets fired at airport in Libya's capital Tripoli

Rockets were fired late on Tuesday in the direction of the airport in Libya's capital, residents said, forcing flights to be diverted, less than a week after the United Nations brokered a fragile
Tripoli government calls for UN help as fighting continues

Tripoli government calls for UN help as fighting continues

Libya's internationally recognised government has called on the UN to take "concrete and effective" action to protect civilians and halt fighting near the capital that has killed more than 100 people
Italian General: No Military Option in Libya, Solve African Mass Migration with Birth Control

Italian General: No Military Option in Libya, Solve African Mass Migration with Birth Control

Italian general and noted author Carlo Jean has dismissed the possibility of successful military action in Libya and warned that birth control measures need to be implemented to stop the massive
Italian-flagged migrant rescue boat defies anti immigration minister

Italian-flagged migrant rescue boat defies anti immigration minister

Vessel Mare Jonio sets out towards Libya despite Matteo Salvini clampdown on rescued migrants entering Italian portsThe first non-military, Italian-flagged, rescue boat to operate in the Mediterranean
Britain wilfully ignored its promise to child refugees. That shame has to end | Stella Creasy

Britain wilfully ignored its promise to child refugees. That shame has to end | Stella Creasy

It is a scandal that it took a court case to remind the government of its obligations under the Dubs amendmentIt’s almost two years since the police set fire to the Calais refugee camp at our border
These Artists Fled Syria & Are Now Challenging Audiences in Europe

These Artists Fled Syria & Are Now Challenging Audiences in Europe

It’s a gray evening in Berlin and Fadi al-Hamwi opens the door to his apartment. Cigarette in hand, he offers a glass of whisky before sitting down to detail his life in the visual arts. “I think what
Salvini Celebrates as Libyan Coast Now Free of NGO Ships

Salvini Celebrates as Libyan Coast Now Free of NGO Ships

Populist Italian Interior minister Matteo Salvini has expressed joy following reports that there are currently no migrant transport NGOs operating off the Libyan coast.
The harrowing, step-by-step story of a migrant’s journey to Europe

The harrowing, step-by-step story of a migrant’s journey to Europe

Nearly every part of the illegal journey a migrant makes from West Africa to Europe across the Sahara desert and the Mediterranean is filled with…
Libyan wealth fund: frozen assets should not go to IRA victims

Libyan wealth fund: frozen assets should not go to IRA victims

Head of Libyan Investment Authority warns that money is needed to help country rebuildA bill that proposes using assets frozen during Libya’s civil war to compensate victims of the IRA would hinder
Expert: ‘Significant Risk' Libya Will Become Second Islamic State ‘Caliphate’

Expert: ‘Significant Risk' Libya Will Become Second Islamic State ‘Caliphate’

Libya, located a few hundred miles from the European coast, is facing a “significant risk” of becoming the “new” home of the Islamic State’s “caliphate,” a London-based expert from the Chatham House
Europe’s populists are having “irrational” debates on migration, says the UN head

Europe’s populists are having “irrational” debates on migration, says the UN head

Limiting irregular migration is a topic dominating the agenda of European leaders. As migrants fleeing war, famine, and poverty across Africa and the Middle East…
I am a refugee in a Libyan camp. Conditions are so bad, people are dying | Thomas Issak

I am a refugee in a Libyan camp. Conditions are so bad, people are dying | Thomas Issak

Even if UN inspectors see the guards beating us, they don’t intervene. All we want to do is get out of LibyaI tried to reach Europe at the start of this year. We were in the boat for 26 hours, in the
Italy to host Libyan conference in fresh push for elections

Italy to host Libyan conference in fresh push for elections

Palermo meeting shows Italy’s determination to regain diplomatic control from FranceMany of Libya’s leading factions will meet on Monday in Palermo, southern Italy, in an effort to reunite the
Italian summit on Libya in disarray as Trump and Putin stay away

Italian summit on Libya in disarray as Trump and Putin stay away

Diplomats try to salvage conference aimed at cementing Italy’s role as power brokerItalian diplomats have scrambled to inject momentum into a high-profile summit on the future of Libya which has

Libya crisis talks conclude in Palermo after divisions laid bare

Italy and the United Nations on Tuesday praised an international conference on the Libya crisis as a success, despite the stark divisions that emerged among key players in the chaos-stricken nation.
Libya says Manchester bomber's brother will be extradited this year

Libya says Manchester bomber's brother will be extradited this year

Hashem Abedi was arrested shortly after his older brother killed 22 at Manchester ArenaThe younger brother of the Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi, will be extradited to Britain before the end of the
Migrants fleeing Libya refuse to leave ship and be sent back to camps

Migrants fleeing Libya refuse to leave ship and be sent back to camps

A total of 81 people on the cargo ship, some from Sudan, say they are staying put Eighty-one migrants have refused to disembark from a merchant ship off the coast of Misrata in Libya, according to

Video: Fearing torture, migrants refuse to disembark at Libya port

Dozens of migrants and refugees aboard a merchant vessel at a Libyan port are refusing to disembark for fear of "detention and torture". FRANCE 24’s James André and Julie Dungelhoeff report from the
Libya: child refugees abused in UK-funded detention centres

Libya: child refugees abused in UK-funded detention centres

Children tell of being starved and beaten in camps part-funded by British government Child refugees are facing abuse and malnutrition in a network of 26 Libyan detention centres the British government