ISIL's recent attacks in Libya, Tunisia, and Yemen show potential recruits that it can take its fight anywhere.
Online, bloggers are torn between those wanting to see the Houthis rooted out of power, pitted against those who don't want to see Yemen becoming another Iraq, Syria or Libya.
The UN should stop threatening Libyan war criminals with sanctions and actually implement it.
Armed group claims responsibility for deadly attack that killed seven at army checkpoint in eastern city.
Official says fighter jet downed as it tried to bomb Zintan, a western town supportive of the UN-recognised government.
Jamal Benomar warns UN Security Council that Yemen could become a conflict similar to Iraq, Syria or Libya.
Bernardino Leon tells Al Jazeera that a political agreement is the only way forward as rivals meet for talks in Rabat.
UN's Bernardino Leon says that an agreement between rival governments will be difficult as battle for Tripoli continues.
Special envoy says international community growing impatient with unrest as rival parties meet in Rabat for peace talks.
Security chief reveals gunmen who killed 21 people in Tunis left country for training in neighbouring Libya in December.
Haftar says ISIL will attack Europe if the West does not provide Libyan army fighting the armed group with weapons.
Network says authenticity of its report on children killed by Egyptian air raids in Derna verified by all witnesses.
Armed groups from Misrata are battling to oust ISIL fighters from Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown.
Four years and six governments later, Libyans doubt anything substantial will come out of the talks in Morocco.
Jamal Benomar warns of "scenarios like Syria, Libya and Iraq" if no peaceful solution is found to country's standoff.
The nationalities of foreigners abducted by Islamic State militants in Libya last week were listed as four Filipinos, two Bangladeshis, one Austrian, one Czech and one Ghanaian by the firm managing the oilfield where they worked. The March 6 attack on the al-Ghani oilfield marked a new phase in the violence in Libyawhere rival factions […]
Tunis' neutral role in Libya becoming increasingly difficult as country finds stockpiles of weapons in a border town.
UN-backed government's pick for top commander could complicate international efforts to end country's crisis.
Pressures mounted on the United Nations Security Council yesterday to lift its international embargo on arms to the Libyan government. In an interview with journalist Valerio Robecco, Libyan UN ambassador Ibrahim Dabbashi said, "A time limit should be set for militias to leave the capital and a government of national united needs to be formed. Show More Summary
Several foreigners including a Czech and an Austrian are missing after gunmen attacked the Al-Ghani oilfield in Libya this week, the Czech Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. Libya’s oil security forces said on Friday they had retaken control of the oilfield after militants attacked the facility, killing seven guards. “There was a Czech citizen present […]