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Hundreds of Prisoners Escape Libya Prison Amid Clashes Between Armed Militias

Hundreds of Prisoners Escape Libya Prison Amid Clashes Between Armed Militias

The nearby area of southern Tripoli has been wracked with fighting over the past week
Sharp rise in proportion of migrants dying in Mediterranean, says UN

Sharp rise in proportion of migrants dying in Mediterranean, says UN

Refugee agency reveals fewer people crossing to Europe but one death for every 18 arrivalsFewer people are making the journey across the Mediterranean to Europe, but the proportion of those losing
Inside the secretive world of B2 Bomber pilots

Inside the secretive world of B2 Bomber pilots

The B2 Spirit Stealth Bomber looks like one of Batman's rides. In service since the mid-1990s, the B2's distinctive flying wing shape, even after decades in service, still looks like the future – and
Hundreds of prisoners escape from Tripoli jail amid militia fighting

Hundreds of prisoners escape from Tripoli jail amid militia fighting

Italy forced to deny reports of military intervention as chaos throws elections into doubtA mass jailbreak by 400 prisoners has added to the chaos of nine days of militia fighting in the Libyan
Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

A woman’s body and a migrant who survived were pulled from the Mediterranean Sea by a Spanish agency about 85 miles off the Libyan coast in July.
Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

A woman’s body and a migrant who survived were pulled from the Mediterranean Sea by a Spanish agency about 85 miles off the Libyan coast in July.
A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A mortar shell landed in this market in Tripoli, Libya, last week. A parallel battle was heating up on Facebook.
A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A mortar shell landed in this market in Tripoli, Libya, last week. A parallel battle was heating up on Facebook.
A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A mortar shell landed in this market in Tripoli, Libya, last week. A parallel battle was heating up on Facebook.

The death rate for migrants crossing the Mediterranean has soared. Here’s why.

One in 18 people who attempted the crossing between January and July this year drowned.
UN brokers ceasefire to end clashes in Libya's Tripoli

UN brokers ceasefire to end clashes in Libya's Tripoli

A ceasefire has been signed between armed factions fighting over the Libyan capital, the United Nations said on Tuesday, after more than a week of violence inside Tripoli.
Masked gunmen attack Libyan oil corporation HQ in Tripoli

Masked gunmen attack Libyan oil corporation HQ in Tripoli

At least four dead in attack that deals blow to attempts to instil confidence in Libyan oil industry Masked gunmen have attacked the headquarters of the Libyan National Oil Corporation in Tripoli,
Several Reported Killed in Libya as Gunmen Storm National Oil Company

Several Reported Killed in Libya as Gunmen Storm National Oil Company

Smoke rising from the headquarters of Libya’s national oil company in Tripoli on Monday.
Several Reported Killed in Libya as Gunmen Storm National Oil Company

Several Reported Killed in Libya as Gunmen Storm National Oil Company

Smoke rising from the headquarters of Libya’s national oil company in Tripoli on Monday.
More than 100 migrants drowned off the Libyan coast and no one noticed

More than 100 migrants drowned off the Libyan coast and no one noticed

“On our boat, only 55 people survived. Many people died."
Over 100 migrants drown at sea after fleeing violence in Libya

Over 100 migrants drown at sea after fleeing violence in Libya

As Libya spirals deeper into turmoil — an armed group stormed its national oil corporation headquarters on Monday, following weeks of unrest — migrants and refugees keep setting sail from its restive
After Migrants Drowned at Sea, Debate Over Who Should Have Saved Them

After Migrants Drowned at Sea, Debate Over Who Should Have Saved Them

Rescued migrants at a detention center in Libya.
17 Years After 9/11, Al-Qaeda Boasts 'Strongest Fighting Force in Its Existence'

17 Years After 9/11, Al-Qaeda Boasts 'Strongest Fighting Force in Its Existence'

Seventeen years after it perpetrated the September 11 terrorist attack, al-Qaeda is arguably stronger and better-positioned than ever.