Lockerbie Bombing: What to Know About the 1988 Attack on Pan Am Flight 103
The announcement that a Libyan man suspected in the 1988 bombing of a passenger jet has been taken into U.S. custody put the spotlight back on the notorious terrorist attack. The suspect, Abu Agila Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi, is accused of building the bomb that destroyed a Pam Am flight over the Scottish town of Lockerbie. The attack killed all 259...
UN Says Boat Capsizes Off Libya, 35 Dead Or Presumed Dead
A U.N. agency says a boat carrying migrants has capsized off the Libyan coast, leaving at least 35 people dead or presumed dead
US Returns Smuggled Ancient Artifacts to Libya
The United States has returned a cache of smuggled ancient artifacts to Libya as the oil-rich Mediterranean country struggles to protect its heritage against the backdrop of years of war, turmoil and unrest.
UN Talks to Ban ‘Slaughterbots' Collapsed — Here's Why That Matters
A UN conference failed to agree on banning the use and development of so-called “slaughterbots” at a meeting in Geneva last week.
Pope: Don't Send Migrants Back to Libya and ‘Inhumane' Camps
Pope Francis has called for an end to the practice of returning migrants rescued at sea to Libya and other unsafe countries.
Volunteers in the Sky Watch Over Migrant Rescues by Sea
A humanitarian effort seeks to monitor human rights violations and assist in the rescue of migrants fleeing Libya to Europe by boat on the Mediterranean Sea.