Libya government - the best personalized free web-based Email en en Libya government Arab autocrats: Exiled, killed or fighting for survival BEIRUT (AP) — Egypt's ousted former President Hosni Mubarak was released Friday after six years in custody but he is not the only autocratic ruler in the Middle East that was caught up in Arab Spring revolts that swept across the region in 2011. Exiled, killed or fighting for survival, here's a look at the fate of other Arab leaders and where they are now... Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:59:00 GMT 2017-03-24T16:59:00Z Germany says human rights situation in Libya 'catastrophic' BERLIN (AP) — The human rights situation in Libya is "catastrophic," with migrants heading for Europe bearing the brunt of abuse, the German government said Monday. A report Sunday by German weekly Welt am Sonntag quoted an internal Foreign Ministry memo describing how migrants face torture and execution at detention camps in Libya. The country has become a key departure poi... Mon, 30 Jan 2017 20:53:00 GMT 2017-01-30T20:53:00Z Forces loyal to self-declared PM seize Libyan ministries BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — A self-declared prime minister said Thursday that his forces have seized at least three ministries in Libya's capital, declaring what appeared to be a miniature coup after what he described as a yearlong failure of the current U.N.-backed premier. Khalifa Ghwell told The Associated Press by phone from Tripoli that his forces control... Thu, 12 Jan 2017 18:37:00 GMT 2017-01-12T18:37:00Z AP Explains: What next after the downfall of IS in Sirte? BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — The Islamic State group this week lost the city of Sirte, its only foothold in Libya, essentially ending its ambition to expand its self-styled "caliphate" into the North African nation, at least for now. But that victory only opens the door for Libya's multiple armed factions to turn on each other in a new showdown. It could be ove... Wed, 07 Dec 2016 20:14:00 GMT 2016-12-07T20:14:00Z Libya's Tripoli sees worst militias clashes in 2 years BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Clashes continued for the second day among heavily-armed militias in the Libyan capital Tripoli, vying for power and control over the city, with one dislodging another in at least two posts, a five-star hotel and a barracks, in what appears to be the worst outbreak of violence the city has seen in two years. Competing militias have ... Fri, 02 Dec 2016 21:23:00 GMT 2016-12-02T21:23:00Z