Libya Chronicles

Inside Libya's Migrant Detention Centres
In Libya many militia groups profit from holding migrants in detention; the country's lawlessness has contributed to a humanitarian disaster.
Aden, 2015. The port town in Yemen was reduced to rubble, ravaged by the incessant shelling of the Houthi militia that had surrounded the city
Interview with Guillaume Binet
Libyans Enjoy Summer Swimming.
Ailing Infrastructure in Libya
Libya's Banned Book Launch in Tripoli
Young Writers Speak of Their Libya
Khaled Mohammad speaking in Cairo. A member of the al-Qadhadhfa tribe he fled Libya after the revolution, and is unsure if he will ever return.
Gaddafi Loyalists Struggle for Relevance
Muhammad Al-Skir of the Libyan coast guard.
Finding Profit in Libya's Frayed State
A 'We love Manchester' sign hanging on the Didsbury Mosque, where the Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi had worshipped.
After the Manchester Bombing
Ghassan Salamé disembarks from the UN plane in Al-Qubbah.
Interview with Mattia Toaldo
Surfing near the UN compound in Tripoli.
Surfing in Libya After the Revolution
by Wil Crisp

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