Libya’s rival factions turn down a peace plan even though they share a common enemy: Islamic State.
The war between Libya’s rival governments, and the loyalties they command, matters more.
Egypt calls for an international effort to “defeat terrorism” in Libya. Italy isn’t so sure.
Violent Islamism in Libya raises the possibility of rapprochement between its rival governments.
Fighting between factions in the east and west of Libya threatens the country’s economic lifeline.
The eastern and western halves of Libya look more and more like separate countries.
Without informing their American allies, Egypt and the UAE carry out airstrikes near Tripoli.
Heavy fighting forces the closure of Tripoli’s airport and convinces the United Nations to pull out.
Three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, Libyans have little reason to be optimistic.
Forces loyal to a former Muammar Gaddafi general launch an offensive against Islamists in Libya.