Tawargha – Ten years of diaspora!

At stagnant piece of mud and prominent scrap pieces, cold tents for the Tawargha families settle inside the airport road camp south of the capital Tripoli. Here, nearly years have passed since the town of Tawargha in northwestern Libya “which is mostly black” was evacuated, which is located close to the city of Misrata, which … Read more

Statelessness in Libya: How Belonging Became the Playing Field of the State

More than ten million people around the world are stateless or struggle to obtain any citizenship, according to UNHCR. Some states or governments purposely exclude segments of their population from obtaining nationality – for different reasons, such as ethnic and religious discrimination, interstate conflicts, recent shifts of borders or failure to record all resident population … Read more

Libyan Remains with no trace

Everyone is aware of the extent of the flagrant violations that are taking place recently in Libya to the Libyan remains, and in return, there is no sign of any clear international or domestic reaction. This article reviews a number of deals made by some of the Libyan antiquities and antique merchants electronically and on social networking pages