The U.N. finds Trump endorsed a strongman in Libya four days after Prince made a pitch to the militia boss for an $80 million mercenary op, the N.Y. Times reports.
U.S. intelligence shows how the United Arab Emirates is fueling the horrifying civil wars in Libya and Yemen — and proves its role in at least one potential war crime.
White House press aide Hogan Gidley claimed the U.S. killed Libya's Muammar Gaddafi and said Osama bin Laden was killed without congressional approval.
The Pentagon said Gen. Qassem Soleimani was “actively developing” plans to kill American diplomats, but the details of the plot remain unclear.
The attack came even as the country's warring sides said they accepted a cease-fire.
The airstrike raises further concerns about the European Union’s policy of partnering with Libyan militias to prevent migrants from crossing the Mediterranean.
Nathan Milikowsky's firm sold electrodes to Libya while Netanyahu invested in its raw material supply company.
Those missing off the coast of Libya include 10 women and two children, including a two-month-old baby.
Libya is one of the main departure points for migrants trying to cross to Europe by sea.
The president assured Kim Jong Un he can stay in power if he gives up his nuclear arsenal.