Libya’s oil said poised to hit 6-year high
Libya’s crude oil output is on track to hit an almost six-year high. The OPEC member is now projected to pump more than 1.1 million barrels a day in March, after resuming production in its biggest field.
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.
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.
Russia, Saudi Arabia push for big hike in oil output despite opposition
Ahead of OPEC's meeting on Friday, Saudi Arabia and Russia are pushing the oil cartel to raise oil output steeply from July to meet the growing demand and cover the supply outages from Venezuela and Libya.
UNHCR chief of mission: 'Libya is not safe for refugees'
Roberto Mignone is the UN Refugee Agency's Chief of Mission in Libya, a country which has become the only major gateway to Europe for migrants fleeing Africa, but where they face torture and slavery.
Drama as Libya returnees demand immediate evacuation from camp
Drama as Libya returnees demand immediate evacuation from camp.
Slave auctions in Libya
The UN secretary general has called for urgent action after a recent video emerged of African migrants being sold as slaves in Libya.
Young Ghanaian Enoch Yeboah was sold as a slave in Libya. We meet him back in Ghana where he tells us his story of great expectations that ended as a nightmare. He is one of millions who risk their lives on the deadly journey north. But why do young Africans risk their lives like this? Here's what they say.