Hundreds of dead bodies belonging to foreign members of Daesh wait to be sent away as Libyan authorities negotiate with other governments, officials say.
The Thursday protest march was the latest in a series of demonstrations that have shaken the country's northern Rif region.
The UN has called for the Libyan National Army to probe summary executions of prisoners in the eastern parts of the country.
The head of Libya’s UN-backed government calls for nationwide elections in March 2018.
A Tunisian court has begun the trial of 21 suspects for their alleged role in the deadly terrorist attack of 2015.
Libya's eastern commander Khalifa Haftar meets with the United Arab Emirates leaders for talks on military cooperation despite UN criticism.
EU interior ministers decided on Thursday that giving money to Libyan officials was the only way to stop the flow of asylum-seekers headed from the African country to Europe.
Libya’s eastern commander Khalifa Haftar says his forces have “liberated” Benghazi from rival militant groups.
At least five people are killed and 25 more wounded after a rocket attack hit a beach in the Libyan capital.
The IOM says some 60 people missing are feared drowned after the dingy sailing them to Europe sank off the Libyan coast.
Thousands of migrants have been rescued from the Mediterranean Sea, while 2 dozen bodies have washed up on a Tripoli beach.
Morocco recalls its ambassador to Holland in a row over the extradition of an alleged drug-trafficker accused of being tied to an anti-government movement.
More people are arrested as Morocco gears up crackdown on protesters.
Libya's coastguard has intercepted over 900 refugees off a western city in the Mediterranean Sea.
The United Nations Security Council says the UAE has breached an arms embargo on Libya by sending aircraft and vehicles to General Khalifa Haftar.
People demonstrate in Rabat and other cities, carrying portraits of detained activists and chanting slogans against corruption and official abuses.
In Morocco, people take to the streets of Rabat demanding that authorities release the leaders of a protest movement.
Moroccan police make more arrests in the north as protests continue.
A Libyan armed group says it has freed the son of former dictator Muammar Gaddafi who had been in custody since November 2011.
At least eight refugees drown when their Europe-bound boat sank off Libya's coast, a coastguard official says.
Clashes break out in Morocco’s Rif region after police use of tear gas to disperse protesters.
Dozens of youths clashed with police forces in the Moroccan city of al-Hoceima, where anti-government sentiments have been raging since October last year.
Moroccan authorities arrest two key figures of a defiant protest movement.
Tunisia PM says no one would be spared in the wide-scale anti-corruption fight.
The meeting of the intergovernmental body of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is to take place in Liberia on Sunday.
A general strikes Morocco’s restive northern city of al-Hoceima amid protest rallies against the government.
Thousands of protesters in Morocco staged night rallies on Tuesday to demand the release of a leader of an uprising in the restive northern Rif region.
Moroccan authorities arrest protest leader Nasser Zefzafi, who had been on the run since Friday.
Tunisian security forces foil a major plot and kill a commander of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Warplanes have reportedly launched airstrikes on Derna, days after Egyptian jets pounded alleged terrorist training camps in the city.
Hundreds of Moroccans rally against a police operation to arrest an activist leader in the city of al-Hoceima.
The Libyan capital, Tripoli, is rocked by deadly clashes between forces loyal to the UN-backed government and rival militiamen.
Egypt's state TV says the country's air force has carried out at least six airstrikes against purported terrorist training camps in Libya, following a deadly bus attack in Minya province.
Thousands attend the funeral of a protester killed during clashes in southern Tunisia.
The police vehicle 'accidentally' ran the protester over outside an oil and gas installation in south Tunisia.
Tunisian protesters demanding jobs and a share in energy wealth have closed down another oil pumping station at Faouar.
Around 2,900 people were rescued Thursday, 2,300 of whom were found in international waters and taken to Italy, while 580 picked up in Libyan waters were returned to Libya.
Tunisian troops have reportedly fired warning shots to disperse protesters marching on a crucial gas facility.
Scores of people have been killed following an attack on a military airbase in southern Libya.
A German oil company owes Libya about $900 million, a Libyan official says.
Essebsi said the "grave but necessary decision" of asking the army to intervene in protests was made at a top-level meeting.
The head of Libya's UN-backed unity government and a rival military commander agree to find a resolution to the country’s conflict.
Moroccans burn flags of the Israeli regime in support of Palestinian hunger strikers.
Protesters in Rabat burn Israeli flags on May Day in solidarity with the mass Palestinian hunger strike.
Police killed the two suspects in a home raid in Sidi Bouzid.
Libyan authorities detain suspected oil smugglers off the central coast and seize their tankers.
The bodies of the asylum seekers, who officials say died of thirst and hunger, were found off the Libyan coast.
Libya’s unity government calls for foreign intervention to end renewed fighting in the south.
The boat sinking occurred off Tripoli’s western suburb of Gargaresh on Thursday.
The United Nations says migrants are bought and sold in garages and car parks in the city of Sabha, one of Libya's main migrant smuggling hubs.
Libyan coastguard kills 4 suspected refugee smugglers off the country’s western coast.
The premier agrees on a coalition cabinet with five other parties, ending months of post-election deadlock in the country.
Terrorists shot down the MiG-21 fighter jet by a heat-seeking missile.
The deal, signed by the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA), local mayors and powerful militias from Tripoli and Misrata provides for an "immediate ceasefire."
Fighting between rival groups has brought life in Tripoli to a standstill.
The offensive was launched to retake the oil terminals of Ras Lanuf and al-Sidra.
Scores of African refugees have been victimized by fighting between rival people-smuggling gangs in the North African country.
Armed forces based in the east of Libya have deployed extra troops in preparation for a counterattack to regain control of oil-rich areas recently lost to militias.
Russia says it is ready to broker talks between rival authorities in Libya.
The Red Crescent says 74 bodies of refugees are washed up on Libya’s western coast.
Libyan General Khalifa Haftar has accused France, Germany, the UK, Italy, and the US of supporting terrorism in Libya.
The state of emergency has been in place across Tunisia since a bloody Daesh terror attack in 2015.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, tried and convicted in absentia, is living in safety provided by the regime in Saudi Arabia.
Morocco says it will never recognize Polisario-led republic despite return to the African Union.
Libya’s UN-backed prime minister says his country may allow NATO and European Union ships to tackle human trafficking in Libyan waters.
The majority of the AU member states voted for the re-admission of Morocco during the 28th summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Monday.
Turkey announces the reopening of its embassy in Libya’s capital.
Thousands attend anti-government rallies in Morocco’s capital.
Libyan National Army (LNA) forces say they have seized full control of Ganfouda, a key western district in the city of Benghazi.
The Emirati man was arrested in November 2015 pending trial on charges of links to Dubai's police force.
Delegates from Tunisia’s powerful UGTT union meet to appoint a new chief for the Nobel-winning entity.
Italy confirms the safety of the staff of its embassy in Tripoli after car bomb goes off near the building.
Forces loyal to the government in eastern Libya take control of a Daesh bastion in Benghazi.
Both celebrations and protests occurred as people marked the sixth anniversary of the 2011 revolution in Tunisia on Saturday.
A boat with 110 refugees on board overturns in the Mediterranean Sea. So far, only four people have been rescued.
Members of the international spy cell have reportedly been arrested in Ghardaia Province over allegations of fueling chaos and insecurity.
Tunisians stage protests in central and southern towns over youth unemployment and poor working conditions.
About 1,000 people staged a demonstration in central Tunis.
Fikri’s death has triggered months of protest rallies in Morocco, with the demonstrators blaming police for the incident.
The Tunisian Interior Ministry said the suspects were arrested in Hergla.
The Tunisian president says an investigation into the murder of Mohamed Zaouari is still underway.
A group of 1,100 refugees from Sub-Saharan Africa tried to jump a high double fence between Morocco and Ceuta.
Those who come back will be arrested immediately after their arrival on Tunisian soil, the prime minister says.
Tunisia busts a terrorist cell during a raid near the coastal city of Sousse, some 140 kilometers south of the capital, Tunis
A Red Crescent volunteer said teams from the Tripoli branch of the Libyan Red Crescent had recovered 11 bodies.
Tunisian security forces call on the government to take 'exceptional measures' to combat the return of militants to the country.
Tunisia says it has detained three suspects linked to Anis Amri, the alleged perpetrator of Berlin rampage.
Nearly 120 people were on board the plane, including seven crew, Maltese government sources said.
A fighter jet belonging to the UN-backed Libyan government crashes on a training mission, killing its two crew.
The Pentagon officially announces the end of military operations in the Libyan city of Sirte after the recent liberation of the coastal city from Daesh (ISIL).
Mohamed Zaouari was murdered by 20 bullets outside his house in Tunisia's port city Sfax on December 15.