Libya: Violent Clashes Erupt in Tripoli Between Warring Militia

At dawn on Friday, violent clashes erupted in the Al-Takbali camp in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, between the 444th Battalion Brigade of the Western Region Staff Command and the Stability Support Organization militia of the Presidential Council, in the latest round of the struggle for influence. Informed sources told Al-Arab that “warlord Abdul-Ghani (Ghaniwa) al-Kikli,…

Libya: 1951 Colonial Plan for Three Governing Divisions Moves Closer to Reality

Behind the declared aspirations for the establishment of the federal system is the agenda of parties, lobbies, warlords and individuals who see that their influence in their regional surroundings far exceeds their influence at the national level. December 24th will mark the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the United Kingdom of Libya. The situation…

The Specter of War Looms Over Libya

The Turkish regime still controls the political life in Tripoli, relying on the hordes of forces and mercenaries that it deploys in bases and camps. Analysts fear that the latest issuance of two arrest warrants against the commander of the Libyan army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar and Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, is an attempt by the…

Colombia’s Assassins: Global Terrorism from Libya to Haiti

What does the assassination in Haiti reveal about Colombia? This Friday, in a joint press conference of the heads of the Military Forces, the Army and the Police of Haiti, some advances of the ongoing investigation on the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse were announced. The plan of the crime was made in 32 days,…