Militants Robs Jordanian Embassy in Tripoli , Libya


Jordanian Embassy in Tripoli , LibyaJNN 04 Feb 2015 TRIPOLI — Unidentified gunmen on Saturday robbed the Jordanian embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli and kidnapped a security guard, according to a security source. Continue reading

US , British and French Embassy Closed , Diplomatic Staff Moved amid chaos and attacks by Militants in Ben Ghazi , Libya


An armed man waves his rifle as buildingJNN 31 July 2014 Ben Ghazi : France has evacuated French and British nationals from Libya amid persisting clashes between government troops and rebelling militias in the North African country. While has already Evacuated its Diplomatic Staff from the US Embassy , and relocated them across the Border. Continue reading

US & West Imposed War on Libya Made it epicenter of illicit arms trade


Libyan Rebels Involved in Illicit arms Trade aJNN 12 Mar 2014 Tripoli : Libya has been named as the primary source of the illegal weapons trade that is fueling conflicts in at least 14 countries around the world, a final report from the UN’s independent panel on Libya’s sanctions announced. Continue reading

Libya A Lawless State after the US Led Revolution , after PM the Deputy Spy Chief abducted and Released By Militia Men


Libyan PM and Deputy Spy Chief abducted by MilitiasJNN 20 Nov 2013 Tripoli : Libyan deputy intelligence chief Mustafa Nur was abducted Sunday in Tripoli,  who has been released, a day after he was abducted by gunmen as he was leaving the airport in the capital, Tripoli., a security official told AFP as tensions ran high in the capital following deadly violence over the weekend. Continue reading

29 People killed ,around 500 injured in 2 Blast in Tripoli , A Zionist Plan to fan sectarianism in Lebanon


Breaking: Powerful blasts hit Tripoli, 10 killedJNN 24 Aug 2013 Tripoli : Twenty Nine people have been killed and 500 more have been injured after two blasts hit Lebanese northern city of Tripoli, Health Minister Ali Hassan Khalil has announced. Continue reading

Libya still Burning , as Army Chief Resign ,while 31 People Killed In Benghazi


Libya still burning , as 31 Killed in BenghaziJNN 13 June 2013 TRIPOLI — Libya’s army chief of staff resigned on Sunday as an elite military unit took control of a base of pro-government militias after clashes killed 31 people in the eastern city of Benghazi. Continue reading

US ambassador & 3 Diplomats to Libya killed in and attack by the Protesters against Blasphemous US Movie


JNN 12 Sept 2012 Ben Ghazi: The US ambassador to Libya and three other embassy staff were killed in a rocket attack on Tuesday night that targeted his car in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, a Libyan official said on Wednesday. Continue reading

After Syria , US infesting violence in Lebanon , 6 Killed 62 injured in clashes


 

JNN 22 Aug 2012 Tripoli : At least six people have been killed and 62 others injured in renewed clashes between the supporters and opponents of the Syrian government in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. Continue reading

Gaddafi’s 42 year Old Rule ends , Revolutionaries in the streets of Tripoli


JNN 22 Aug 2011 Tripoli : Muammar Gaddafi was a hunted man on Monday as loyal remnants of his forces made last-ditch stands in the capital while world leaders rushed to embrace the fractious rebel movement as new masters of Libya’s oil riches. Continue reading

Gaddafi's 42 year Old Rule ends , Revolutionaries in the streets of Tripoli


JNN 22 Aug 2011 Tripoli : Muammar Gaddafi was a hunted man on Monday as loyal remnants of his forces made last-ditch stands in the capital while world leaders rushed to embrace the fractious rebel movement as new masters of Libya’s oil riches. Continue reading

Rebel Fighters near to Tripoli , but still a long way to Dethrone Gaddafi


JNN 17 Aug 2011 : In Libya, rebel fighters are now closer than ever to the capital. They have reached Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi’s backyard – the coast city of Zawiya, about 50 km (31 miles) from the capital, Tripoli.  Continue reading

Gaddafi's arrest warrant issued by ICC , Hague


JNN 29 June 2011 : Muammar Gaddafi faces a potential war crimes trial at The Hague after the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday issued arrest warrants for the Libyan leader, along with his son Saif al-Islam and his military intelligence chief General Abdullah al-Sanoussi. The warrants allege that all three men were involved in ordering security forces to open fire on unarmed protesters last February, turning a peaceful protest movement into a four-month civil war.  Continue reading

Gaddafi’s arrest warrant issued by ICC , Hague


JNN 29 June 2011 : Muammar Gaddafi faces a potential war crimes trial at The Hague after the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday issued arrest warrants for the Libyan leader, along with his son Saif al-Islam and his military intelligence chief General Abdullah al-Sanoussi. The warrants allege that all three men were involved in ordering security forces to open fire on unarmed protesters last February, turning a peaceful protest movement into a four-month civil war.  Continue reading

NATO forces busy bombing Tripoli as Libyan rebels seek legitimacy, aid to survive


JNN 13 May 2011 TRIPOLI/BENGHAZI– NATO warplanes continued to rain bombs on the Libyan capital of Tripoli Thursday, causing further civilian casualties and damage, as Libyan opposition forces are seeking more international recognition and aid. Continue reading

Gaddafi Survives the Nato AirStrike , while His Youngest Son & 3 Grandsons Killed


JNN 01 May 2011 : Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has survived an attempt on his life, but the attack did kill his youngest son and other family members, the Libyan government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim announced.Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, the youngest son of embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and three of Gaddafi’s grandsons have been killed in a NATO airstrike. Continue reading

Libyan Freedom Fighters Near Tripoli , Gaddafi cornered


JNN 14 Mar 2011 : Libyan freedom Fighters vowing “victory or death” advanced toward a major oil terminal on Friday, calling for foreign air strikes to set up a “no-fly” zone after three days of attacks by Muammar Gaddafi’s warplanes. Continue reading