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UN envoy to Libyan leaders: Resolve impasse, do not fail the people

Despite recent legislative progress, Libya’s political landscape remains fraught with power struggles, as key figures attach conditions to taking part in crucial talks, the UN envoy to the north African nation said on Monday.

Libya: Officials dismantle illegal gold mining network which comprised of Chinese, Chadian and Nigerian nationals

Libyan officials have dismantled an underground gold mining network which involved nationals from China, Chad, and Niger, media reports said.

Survivors of Libya floods grapple with trauma

Post-traumatic stress and anxiety has become a daily challenge for thousands of Libyans who survived Storm Daniel nearly two weeks ago, UN humanitarians warned on Thursday.

Libya floods aftermath: Response continues amid the wreckage

UN teams are working tirelessly to deliver vital assistance to communities devastated by the unprecedented floods that hit eastern Libya.

Contaminated water causes poisoning in 55 children in Libya

Cairo/UNI: A minimum of 55 children living in the northeastern Libyan city of Derna were poisoned because of water contamination caused by recent floods, said Haider al-Sayeh, the leader of the Libyan National Disease Control Center, on Friday.

Libyan floods death reaches above 5000 with over 600 families displaced

Tripoli/Libya/UNI: Over 600 families were displaced by the floods that hit eastern Libya on Sunday, stated the Libyan Health Ministry during the press conference held in Tripoli on Tuesday.

Libya: Humanitarian response ramps up as floods of 'epic proportions' leave thousands dead

New York: UN agencies and partners are responding to the disaster unfolding in eastern Libya after extreme rainfall caused devastating flooding and loss of life over the weekend, humanitarians told reporters in Geneva on Tuesday.

Libya floods claims lives over 2000; 10000 believed missing because of 'catastrophic' flooding

Benghazi/Libya: Death toll reaches above 2000 with over 10,000 people remaining missing after devastating floods hit Libya’s eastern city Derna, a spokesperson of the Red Crescent movement in the North African country, told Sputnik on Tuesday.

Libya: Fierce clashes in Tripoli highlight ‘precarious’ situatio

Recent deadly clashes between two largest armed groups in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, underscore the dire security situation there and are undermining preparations for elections slated for later this year, the top UN envoy for the country said on Tuesday.

Libya: Rights experts denounce discriminatory travel policy

New York: A group of UN independent experts on Thursday expressed grave concern over a discriminatory policy issued by the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU) which effectively restricts women and girls from travelling abroad without a male guardian.

Libya crypto-mine raid: 10 Chinese national arrested

Public prosecutors in the Libyan city of Zliten have arrested 10 Chinese nationals for allegedly setting an illegal crypto-mining operation in a disused iron factory on the western coast of Libya, media reports said.

New arrest warrants seek justice for victims in Libya, ICC prosecutor says

New York: New technology and strategies are helping to deliver justice to victims of grave violations of human rights in Libya, including fresh arrest warrants, but “we can do better”, the chief prosecutor of the UN-backed International Criminal Court (ICC) told the Security Council on Thursday.

New mechanism must track and tackle ‘gross’ violations in Libya

New York: New tools must be deployed to keep the global spotlight on ongoing gross violations and crimes against humanity in Libya and serve justice to its victims, the UN rights chief said on Monday at the Human Rights Council’s latest session.

Libya: Crimes against humanity committed since 2016 – rights probe

New York: UN-appointed independent human rights investigators on Monday said there are grounds to believe that Libyan authorities and armed militia groups have been responsible for “a wide array” of war crimes, and crimes against humanity in recent years.

UN Security Council reaffirms strong support for the Libyan people

New York: The UN Security Council on Thursday adopted a presidential statement calling on the international community to support ongoing efforts to forge a lasting peace in Libya.