Fathi Bashagha
Clashes in Tripoli leave 32 dead

This was the second such attempt by Fathi Bashagha loyalists to get hold of capital Tripoli since he was elected by the Libyan parliament in February as prime minister.

Libya clashes Clashes in Tripoli mark fresh threats to UN-led peace process in Libya

This was the second attempt by Fathi Bashagha to get hold of capital Tripoli since he was elected as prime minister by the Tobruk-based Libyan parliament in February

Libya clashes Fresh concerns in Libya after major clashes in Tripoli leave 16 dead

The UN Security Council in a meeting on Monday discussed the latest developments in Libya and the future of the peace process which has been stalled for months now over the delay in holding national elections 

Libya talks Latest UN-led talks over Libyan elections fail

Differences over the draft constitution and the electoral law have raised fresh fears of resumption of fighting between the different factions in Libya. The country has faced a decade-long war following the NATO-led invasion in 2011

Libya conflict Fathi Bashagha-led government in Libya decides to operate from Sirte after failing to enter Tripoli

While Bashagha was appointed as prime minister this year in February by the Tobruk-based Libyan parliament, the Abdul Hamed Dbeibah-led government has refused to resign and hand over power

Libya oil production Oil production disrupted in Libya following protests demanding transfer of power  

Prime minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has refused to step down despite the Libyan parliament electing Fathi Bashagha as his replacement

Libyan new interim government Libya’s eastern-based parliament approves new interim government

The current interim government led by prime minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has refused to step down and has vowed to fulfill its mandate of conducting elections and only concede power to an “elected authority”

Israeli court: Palestinians to remain in their homes until land arrangement and other stories

Today we look at the Israeli Supreme Court’s order on the expulsion of 4 Sheikh Jarrah families, the new cabinet approved by Libya’s Tobruk-based parliament, and more

Honduran Supreme Court dismisses case against Guapinol activists and other stories

Today we look at the acquittal of 6 Guapinol water protectors in Honduras, a drastic rise in civilian casualties in Yemen, and more

Libya new PM Libyan parliament elects Fathi Bashagha as new prime minister, Dbeibah refuses to resign

The election of the new prime minister may widen the political rift in Libya and prove detrimental to the UN-led peace process designed to end the decade-long war in country which started with the NATO-led invasion of 2011