Libya oil exports resume after Haftar takeover
Oil exports in Libya have resumed from the port of Ras Lanouf for the first time in three years. The shipment follows the recent takeover of vital oil terminals by the forces of renegade General Khalifa Haftar.
Libya: PM Sarraj open to talks with General Haftar
The Prime Minister of Libya's UN-backed government in Tripoli Fayez al-Sarraj says he is open to talks with renegade General Khalifa Haftar.
Libyan forces beat back Islamic State
Libyan forces say they've taken back almost all of Sirte, a city that used to be Islamic State's regional stronghold.
Libyan forces advance into final IS-strongholds in Sirte
Libyan government forces close in on the last Islamic State militant holdouts in the coastal city of Sirte.
2016 looks to be deadliest year in migration crisis
Rescuers pluck hundreds of migrants from vessels off the Libyan coast, but for one young Somali man who died during the journey, their help came too late -- as 2016 starts to look like the deadliest year in the current migrant crisis.
Libyan forces battle Islamic State fighters in Sirte
Libyan forces battle snipers on Thursday (August 18) in their ongoing campaign to recapture Sirte from Islamic State militants.
Libya's anti-Islamic State troops holding back despite U.S. strikes
A day after the U.S. began air strikes against Islamic State's stronghold in Libya, anti-IS fighters welcome Washington's involvement but remain wary of advancing, for fear of mines and snipers.
Libya Killings: Bodies found with signs of torture
Investigation is under way in Libya after 21 unidentified bodies showing signs of torture were found in Benghazi. The UN's Libya envoy Martin Kobler says he is shocked by the executions, which he labelled a war crime.