Vessel with 250 African migrants shipwrecked off the Libyan coast

A boat with 250 African migrants sank on Sunday off the coast of Libya, as explained a spokesman for the Navy of the country. The ship sank near Tajoura, east of Tripoli, the capital. So far, only 36 people have been rescued, according to the spokesman of the Libyan Naval Forces,...

Tension and insecurity increases in Libya

The attacks perpetrated this weekend by military coup participants and armed militias against Benghazi, Libya’s second city and the headquarters of the Libyan Parliament in Tripoli, have increased the political bewilderment and insecurity in the country. The latest...

Al Qaeda Claims More Victims After Threats Against Diplomatic Targets of the United States

The terrorist group Al Qaeda began its attacks against a NATO base (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) where six foreign military people died. Meanwhile ISAF– the armed forces of NATO in Afghanistan reported the destruction of six U.S. combat planes. One people died in...

Al Qaeda Calls to Attack more U.S. Embassies

This Saturday a spokesman of Al Qaeda in Yemen praised the murder of Christopher Stevens, the North American ambassador that died in Libya. The terrorist group made a calling to perform more attacks and expel the United States embassies from the Muslim nations. The message was...

Middle East Rage Against the United States Starts to Spread

Yesterday four people died in clashes against the police after several demonstrators approached the United States embassy in Sana, Yemen. The demonstration was against a North American film that soils the Islam. More demonstrations were reported in the streets of Egypt, Iran,...

World Condemns the Murder of U.S. Ambassador in Libya

The world expressed his total rejection to the death of the American ambassador Christopher Stevens at the hands of an angry mob that attacked the embassy because of a movie that ridicules the prophet Muhammad in the city of Benghazi. The United States president Barack Obama...

United States Ambassador Perishes in Lybia After Attack

U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three more employees of the diplomatic mission in Libya died after an attack performed during yesterday eleventh anniversary of 9-11 in the city of Benghazi. United States president Barack Obama confirmed the death of Stevens and his...

Liberals in Lybia Claim the Lead in Elections

Last Saturday (July 06) Libya held its first countrywide elections in nearly fifty decades since the former dictator Muammar Gadhafi was executed by the rebels. The results of the election could still be days away from an official number. However the unofficial and partial counts...