Efforts to cut black-market exchange rates haven’t done enough to ease the pinch for Tripoli's former middle class
Jobless protesters who once benefited from illegal trade are a new worry to a fragile government after tightened control on smuggling routes left thousands without livelihoods
'Without your help, our brothers face torture, disease and death' in Libya, Eritreans tell EU ambassador in a letter and protest in front of the delegation's offices in Israel
One of two boats carrying refugees from Africa reportedly deflates, sinks
The Jewish community in Libya was cosmopolitan, prosperous and educated. The death of the author’s Tripolitanian grandmother brought back memories of a fascinating society gone forever
Forces rapidly advancing to retake control of Libya's largest oil depot in Es Sider
Ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy Charged Over Claims He Received Illegal Campaign Funding From Libya's Gadhafi
Investigators in France are looking into allegations that the late Libyan leader discreetly gave Sarkozy 50 million euros for his 2007 election bid
Asylum seekers 'voluntarily' sent to Rwanda relay stories of theft, extortion, threats, imprisonment and death as they try to flee to safety in Europe
Efraim Sa’adon, who was sent to a camp in Libya during WWII, worked for Osem for 40 years after making Aliya in 1949. Only last year did he reveal the 'secret' of how he came up with the salty snack
The 2012 Benghazi attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound killed 4 Americans, and contributed to criticism of Hillary Clinton during U.S. election
Once rare in the Middle East, the type of informal breakup now seen in northern Iraq has become far more common in the chaos that followed the 2011 Arab Spring
Some of those being investigated about Israel's purchase of subs from Germany have also been asked about a huge 2012 transaction involving jets in exchange for Israeli-made materiel
Video appears to show a military unit linked to eastern commander Khalifa Haftar executing 20 hooded men they accuse of being Islamic State militants near Benghazi, Libya
Trump, the tweeter-in-chief, mocked London mayor's measured response. But in fact, the Britons' response to London attack is inspiring
The forces loyal to military strongman Khalifa Hifter and the internationally backed Tripoli government have largely avoided direct conflict, until now.
ISIS took over Sirte in early 2015, turning it into their most important base outside the Middle East and moving large numbers of foreign fighters into the city.
Once ISIS is ousted from Sirte, government and aid agencies will face a huge challenge rebuilding infrastructure and re-establishing services, charity group says.
North African countries should cooperate to stop ISIS fighters who are fleeing Sirte from returning to their homelands and causing trouble there, Tunisia's defense minister says.
At least 38 fighters killed, 185 people wounded from fighting in Sirte, Islamic State's last major bastion in the country.
The Misrata-led brigades said there had been five attempted car bombings on Sunday in a 'desperate attempt to disrupt the advance.'
Islamic State fighters in Libya have abducted at least 540 refugees in six separate ambushes over the past 18 months. Many of the women captives are being turned into sex slaves to reward the extremist group’s warriors.
House Republicans pressing FBI to release notes from July interview with Clinton, claiming notes may show inconsistent answers to questions about her handling of emails containing classified information.
Government forces report advances after staging attacks by land, sea and air against ISIS militants, who are now encircled in city center.
A Newsweek report details how Islamist militants are mining World War II explosives buried in the Sahara sands for use in their wars in Egypt and Libya.
Libyan forces battling to oust Islamic State from port city said they captured a convention center previously used as a base by the jihadist group, as well as the city's university and hospital.
The strikes - the first of their kind since February - come in response to a request by Libya's UN-backed government to help push ISIS militants from their former stronghold.
The three are the first confirmed Western military casualties since it became known this year that special forces were operating on the ground in Libya.
After the fall of Moammar Gadhafi in 2011, Libya has been plunged into chaos, making Africans vulnerable to abuse, especially when seeking to head on to Europe.
Benghazi has been hit by repeated bombings since troops under the command of controversial General Khalifa Haftar drove Islamist fighters out of most of the city earlier this year.
There is no sane planet in which the 2012 terrorist assault, tragic as it was, justifies more probing than 9/11, the Beirut bombings or Pearl Harbor.