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Weekly Security Review

Projections Security in the capital may experience a deterioration in the lead up to the deadline for militia groups to return to their home-towns, as well as another for members of the Tripoli Brigade to give up their arms. There have already been a number of demonstrations in the capital in support of the government’s […]

Weekly Security Review

Projections The security situation in Tripoli is projected to remain stable, although there is an ongoing risk of sporadic clashes between former rebel militias and involving elements suspected of being sympathetic to former leader Muammar Gaddafi. In both Benghazi and Tripoli there is an ongoing risk of demonstrations by those frustrated by the lack of […]

Weekly Security Review

Tripoli The security situation in Tripoli remains good. In general, the attitude towards western personnel is positive, however AKE sources on the ground have reported a degree of suspicion among some sections of the population. Personnel are not advised to spend large amounts of time outside without a Libyan national accompanying them.  AKE sources on […]

Weekly Security Review

Tripoli The security situation in Tripoli remains good. In general, the attitude towards Western personnel is positive, however, AKE sources on the ground have highlighted that there are still some people who view Westerners as working for foreign agencies and involved in subversive activities. This is likely to improve as more Westerners come into the […]

Weekly Security Review

Tripoli The security situation in Tripoli is described as positive. However, AKE sources on the ground have reported an increasing degree of frustration among the population over the speed at which the NTC has been able to make positive progress. If the situation is not seen to improve markedly over the coming weeks, there is […]

Experts lower Libya risk rating

Risk consultancy AKE has said it has lowered its security risk rating for Libya as a result of improved conditions in the recently liberated country. Libya is now rated at 35 out of 100, a notable improvement from the ratings of 63 and 64 the country had during its six-month long conflict between March and […]

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