Libya remains fragile, says OMV CEO Rainer Seele
OMV Chief Executive Officer Rainer Seele discusses instability in Libya and its impact on the company's 2019 production target. He speaks to Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Tripoli airport reopens as fighting rages on in Libya
The air traffic in Tripoli was suspended overnight for "security reasons," as Libya's unity government battled to push back a rival group's offensive. Over 30,000 people have been displaced due to the latest fighting.
France rejects Libya's 'unfounded' claim it supports militia leader Khalifa Haftar
Libya has halted security cooperation with France after accusing Paris of supporting military strongman Khalifa Haftar. France has denied the claims, insisting it wants a political solution in Libya.
Shopping street rises from the ashes of war in Libya's Benghazi
The old city centre lies in ruins in Libya's Benghazi but a shopping street not far away looks like Dubai offering the latest sportswear and fashion.
Widespread torture and rape documented in Libya's refugee camps
An increasing number of refugees are being tortured and raped in Libya, a new study has found. The perpetrators, motivated by greed, sadism and the desire for power, include local European Union partners.
EU must end returns to Libya, NGOs say
Dozens of NGOs have called on the EU to end the controversial policy, saying it undermines the bloc's values. Despite several attempts, EU leaders have made little progress on a bloc-wide solution to irregular migration.
Rescue boat with 300 migrants reaches Spain
Charity organization Proactiva Open Arms said Spain was the only country to allow its vessel a port to dock. Pregnant women, children and babies were among the group of migrants rescued off the coast of Libya.