Latest Libya News

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement urges support for conflict victims: “We cannot let Sudan become another forgotten crisis”
Australian ‘bush glass’ bears the fingerprints of a cosmic collision with an iron meteorite
Why have Anthony Albanese and other politicians been referred to the ICC over the Gaza war?
Horrific violations and abuses as fighting spreads – report: Sudan
Security Council: The situation in Libya
2023 – year of climate extremes
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for February
Reasonable Grounds to Believe Sudanese, Opposition Forces Committing Atrocity Crimes in Darfur, International Criminal Court Prosecutor Tells Security Council
How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world
Monash panel to discuss media’s role in covering violence against women in the Global North and Global South
Security Council 1970 Committee concerning Libya Issues Implementation Assistance Notice 7
Transnational Organized Crime ‘a Vicious Threat’ to Sustainable Development, Rule of Law, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Urging Unity Combating Menace
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for December
Security Council 1970 Sanctions Committee Amends Five Entries on Its Sanctions List
Security Council Committee concerning Libya Grants Humanitarian Travel Exemption, Valid for Six Months, to Two Listed Individuals
As disasters and heat intensify, can the world meet the urgency of the moment at the COP28 climate talks?
A year after Pakistan’s floods, 44% of children have stunted growth. What can be done about it?
Conflict pollution, washed-up landmines and military emissions – here’s how war trashes the environment
Renewed Strategic Plan Bears Fruit for International Criminal Court, Chief Prosecutor Says, Briefing Security Council on Work in Libya
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for November
Security Council Extends United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Mandate until 31 October 2024, Adopting Resolution 2702 (2023)
Women are increasingly at-risk in conflict and underrepresented in peace processes, according to a UN report
World Food Forum: Bridging technological gaps in Low- and Middle-Income Countries and Small Island Developing States
Security Council’s 1970 Committee Approves Delisting of One Individual from Travel-Ban Measure
Speakers in Security Council Call for Expanding United Nations-African Union Partnership to Tackle Rising Violence, Humanitarian Crises across Africa
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for October
Security Council Renews Authorization to Inspect Vessels Suspected of Smuggling Migrants, Human Trafficking from Libya, Adopting Resolution 2698 (2023)
Top donor Germany signs major contribution to WHO for health emergencies; signs host agreement for WHO pandemic hub
Conflicts, Disasters Driving More Migrants to Risk Mediterranean Crossing, Briefers Warn Security Council Ahead of Libya Mandate Decision
Toyota Provides Support for Libya Flood Relief
Dead bodies from natural disasters and conflict do not generally pose health risks, Red Cross and WHO say
Security Council: Humanitarian Partnerships
Libya: Medicines, food, household items, body bags to be distributed to thousands of residents after ‘violent, brutal’ floods
Appeal for Australian support as floods devastate Libya
Faster disaster: climate change fuels ‘flash droughts’, intense downpours and storms
Unifying media approaches to address the violence against women crisis
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for September
US military plans to unleash thousands of autonomous war robots over next two years
Terrorist Groups Remain Significant Threat in Conflict Zones, Neighbouring States, Senior Official Tells Security Council, Noting Force Alone Can Exacerbate Matters
Security Council Committee on Libya Meets with Libyan Investment Authority and Its Audit Company
Delegates Criticize Russian Federation for Consuming Resources of Security Council
UN experts alarmed at reports of trafficking in persons, arbitrary detention, enforced disappearances and torture of migrants and refugees: Libya
Experts troubled by discriminatory policy restricting movement of women and girls travelling abroad: Libya
International Community Must Urgently Confront New Reality of Generative, Artificial Intelligence, Speakers Stress as Security Council Debates Risks, Rewards
“If I had a magic wand, I would make Sudan a much better place”: distressing experiences of children revealed in drawings after…
Amid Endless Violence, Stabilization Mission in Mali Essential for Region’s Stability, Special Representative Tells Security Council
Values of Compassion, Respect, Human Fraternity ‘Best Antidote to Poison of Discord, Division’, Secretary-General Tells Security Council
‘Hate Is a Danger to Everyone and So Fighting It Must Be a Job for Everyone’, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Meeting on Human Fraternity