An American military strike in Libya over the weekend that killed a high-ranking al-Qaeda member marked a notable expansion in the U.S. campaign there. While previous airstrikes inside Libya have targeted ISIS, the latest strike was the first to go after the al-Qaeda affiliate called al-Qaeda in
Libyan officials say car bomb kills at least two security personnel at checkpoint south of the northeastern town of Ajdabiya
The UN envoy for Libya warns that the oil-rich country's "perverse economic model" based on corruption and trafficking in people and goods "must be shattered" to end its political crisis and progress toward stability and democratic elections this year
President Trump and his hawkish national security adviser have both referenced the Libya model ahead of the much-vaunted summit with North Korea's Kim Jun Un, but what is the historical context?
An international rights group says European countries share responsibility for hundreds of migrants intercepted by Libyan authorities and sent to "squalid detention centers."
Libya's prosecutors say they have handed over the bodies of 20 Coptic Christian workers, who were beheaded on a beach in the coastal city of Sirte by Islamic State militants, to their families in Egypt
Libya's navy says it has rescued 180 African and Arab migrants headed to Europe across the Mediterranean Sea
Britain has acknowledged that its intelligence agents played a role in the kidnap and torture of an opponent of the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and the man's wife in a rare admission of wrongdoing by British spies
Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned today by French investigators looking into allegations that Libya helped finance the former French president's victorious 2007 campaign, a judicial source who spoke on condition of anonymity told ABC News. An inquiry began in 2013 into whether Moammar Gadhafi's