Libyan authorities say commercial flights to and from Italy have resumed for the first time in a decade.
Thousands of Libyans have lost family members, friends and neighbors in the devastating floods that engulfed the country’s east.
Tunisian President Kais Saied’s remarks that have been denounced as antisemitic have prompted an uproar on social media across the world.
Officials are warning that a disease outbreak in Libya’s northeast, where floods have killed thousands, could create “a second devastating crisis” as adults and children fell ill from contaminated water.
Greece’s armed forces have declared three days of national mourning after five members of a military rescue team were killed in a road accident in flood-hit Libya.
Experts have warned for years that floods pose a significant danger to two dams protecting nearly 90,000 people in northeastern Libya.
Libya’ health minister says four Greek rescue workers dispatched to Libya following devastating flooding in the eastern city of Derna were killed in a road collision.
The disastrous flooding that killed more than 11,000 people has fostered national solidarity among Libyans, long governed by opposing powers.
Libya’s top prosecutor says he has opened an investigation into the collapse of two dams that caused a devastating flood in a coastal city.
A war monitoring group says that dozens of Syrians who fled war at home are among the thousands killed and missing in the deadly flooding in Libya.
An Egyptian village is mourning dozens of its men killed in the horrific floodwaters that tore through the city of Derna in neighboring Libya.
Libyan authorities have limited access to the flooded coastal city of Derna to dig through the mud and hollowed-out buildings for the more than 10,000 people still missing and presumed dead following a disaster that has already claimed more than 11,000 lives.
DERNA, Libya (AP) — Images taken by satellite show the physical devastation from a flood that killed at least 11,300 people in the eastern Libyan city of Derna.
The Libyan Red Crescent says that the death toll from floods in the eastern Libyan city of Derna has soared to 11,300.
The wall of water several stories high smashed into apartment buildings, drowning entire families in minutes.
A Palestinian man who had fled Lebanon more than three decades ago seeking safety and a better future in Libya was killed in the flooding this week along with his wife and two daughters.
A storm that has killed thousands of people and left thousands more missing in Libya is the latest blow to a country that has been gutted by years of chaos and division.
Emergency workers uncovered more than 1,500 bodies in the wreckage of Libya’s eastern city of Derna, and it was feared the toll could surpass 5,000 after floodwaters smashed through dams and washed away entire neighborhoods of the city.
International aid groups have mobilized in Morocco where a 6.8 magnitude earthquake Friday night has killed 2,681 and injured more than 2,500.
The head of one of Libya’s rival governments says flooding that swept through the eastern parts of the north African nation has left as many as 2,000 people feared dead.
Libya’s chief prosecutor says he will establish a fact-finding mission to investigate a meeting last month between the foreign minister of one of the country’s rival governments and Israel’s chief diplomat.
A former Italian premier is contending that a French air force missile brought down a passenger jet over the Mediterranean Sea in 1980 and is appealing to France’s president to respond.
One of Libya’s rival prime ministers has rejected the prospect of normalizing relations with Israel days after news broke of a secret meeting between the countries two foreign ministers.
Libya’s foreign minister has been suspended and fled the country after Israel revealed that its chief diplomat met with her last week.
French investigative magistrates have ordered former president Nicolas Sarkozy and 12 others to go on trial on charges that his 2007 presidential campaign received millions in illegal financing from the government of late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
The U.N. special envoy for Libya says the oil-rich North African country’s stability is at greater risk following recent militia clashes and amid the danger of spillover from the turmoil in neighboring Sudan and Niger.
Libya’s central bank has announced its reunification after being split for nearly a decade due to the country’s long-running civil war that resulted in two rival administrations, in the east and the west.
One of Libya’s rival prime ministers has warned that his government would not tolerate any further militia fighting, days after the year’s bloodiest bout of clashes rocked the capital, Tripoli, killing at least 45 people.
Medical authorities say the toll of people killed during clashes between rival militias in Libya’s capital Tripoli has jumped to at least 45.
Medical authorities say clashes between rival militias in Libya’s capital have killed at least 27 people and left residents trapped in their homes.