The glee with which "anti-war" voices have greeted the British parliament's critical report on the Libya intervention betrays unseemly schadenfreude over the post-Qaddafi chaos.
Hackers linked to Russian state intelligence used WikiLeaks to throw the US election, so Trump and Putin can instate a fascist order worldwide. Yes, we're serious.
The mutilated bodies of 14 civilians, including a local imam, were found in a landfill in a Benghazi district controlled by renegade Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar.
At a Vienna summit, world powers agreed to supply arms to Libya to fight ISIS—but the country has three rival governments, and the "recognized" one is by far the weakest.
Amid continued confused multi-factional warfare in Libya, the hard-right UK Independence Party warned that the North African country could be the "EU's Vietnam."
ISIS claimed responsibility for downing a MiG-23 from Libya's internationally recognized government as it carried out air-strikes in Benghazi—the third warplane lost in a week.
Unidentified warplanes carried out air-strikes on Libya's Islamist-controlled eastern city of Derna—reportedly claiming civilian lives when a hospital was struck.
Missiles and mortar rounds were fired into a crowd of anti-Islamist demonstrators in central Benghazi, killing six and injuring many more.
ISIS launched an audacious attack on Tripoli, as Libya's two rival governments continue to wage war on each other, with new air-strikes on the contested city of Benghazi.
The latest edition of the English-language ISIS magazine Dabiq includes a tirade against Qaeda-aligned forces in Libya, amid an internecine war of jihadist factions.
The Pentagon announced that Ali Awni al-Harzi, a suspect in the Sept. 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, was killed by a US air-strike in Mosul, Iraq.
The GOP-led House Intelligence Committee released a report finding that the Obama administration properly responded to the 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi.