Last month, the UN-recognized Government of National Accord under Fayez al-Sarraj busted a cache of FGM-148 Javelin portable anti-tank missiles from France in a rebel camp headed by Khalifa Haftar.
The Libyan civil war rages well into its eighth year as warlord Khalifa Haftar lays siege to Tripoli, the nation's capital and seat of the United Nations-backed government.
State Department Concludes After Investigation
Libyan government fighters discovered a cache of powerful American missiles, usually sold only to close American allies, at a captured rebel base in the mountains south of Tripoli this week.
Combat Viewed from the Rooftops and Beyond
After few week lull in Gen. Khalifa Haftar's Libya National Army (LNA) advance on Tripoli, fighting has once again ripped through the Libyan capital city, in an ongoing renewed civil war between parallel governments in east and west of the country wh
In a sharp reversal of longstanding US policy which recognizes only the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli as the legitimate authority over Libya...
"Haftar would not be a player today without the foreign support he has received," a Libyan affairs expert told The Wall Street Journal in a new lengthy profile of the Benghazi-based General Khalifa Haftar, whose Libyan National Army (LNA) is adva
Officials say where troops are going will be a secret
The so-called international community led by the West once itself responsible for destabilizing Libya by toppling Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, is now urging Benghazi-based renegade General Khalifa Haftar to halt his ongoing assault on the country's capit
Forces loyal to Libya's eastern strongman General Khalifa Haftar are advancing west towardthe capital Tripoli in a renewed confrontation between the rival administrations that could escalate and threaten to disrupt, once again, Libya's oil produc
A war started by France and Britain, finished by America. Just like WWII.
Ted Carpenter rejoins the show to discuss both of his recent articles for The American Conservative.
Elections are postponed, again, and the dangerous power vacuum the U.S. created there remains.
Prosecutors are investigating whether Belgian banks paid out interest and dividends on accounts frozen under UN sanctions in 2011 after the ouster of the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Nearly nine months after Politico first reported that interest payments stemming from nearly $70 billion in frozen assets formerly belonging to the regime of deceased Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi had been paid to opaque accounts belonging to the L
For First Time In A Decade, Italian-Flagged Vessel Returns Migrants To Libya. Open Borders Activists Outraged