Libya is an Arab state in northern Africa. Its capital is Tripoli. It is a member of the UN and OPEC. The political and economic situation in Libya has been unstable since the overthrow and murder of its leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Before and after images are good for promoting healthy eating, but they have a dramatically different effect when it comes to war-torn countries, as proven by a Libyan man who took photos of himself in Benghazi in 2000 and 2018.
While ongoing shelling and ground clashes continue to rip Libya apart, French President Emmanuel Macron poses as mediator with his Libyan ‘peace summit’. RT looks at whether it has any impact on the state once bombed by France.
A former commander of Guantanamo Bay and the maritime chief of the US-led bombing of Libya in 2011 has been nominated by President Donald Trump as US ambassador to South Korea. He currently heads all US Navy operations in Asia.
President Donald Trump seems to have contradicted his own national security adviser by saying his administration is not considering a “Libyan model” for North Korea. He joked about attacking North Korea should the talks fail.
The commander of the Libyan National Army, Marshal Khalifa Haftar, said on Monday his troops launched an offensive to liberate Derna. The besieged city has been under the control of an Al-Qaeda linked group since December 2014.