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Tripoli Over recent weeks there have been unconfirmed reports of intelligence relating to apparent hostile groups looking to carrying out attacks in the city around the time of anniversary celebrations on 17 February. Although there remains a risk of one-off attacks even after the celebrations, it is unclear to what extent these hostile groups exist, and it […]

Weekly Security Review

AKE Oil Regions Assessment AKE personnel on the ground have visited Libya’s major oil regions and will be releasing an assessment of the security situation at major facilities along the coast and in the Sirte and Murzuq basins. For details on how to receive a copy of the report contact us at [email protected] Projections Security […]

Weekly Security Review

Projections Security in Tripoli will remain good overall, although there is a continued risk of clashes between rival militias as well as the national army. Travel around the city will remain fluid, although the frequency of checkpoints may increase in response to perceived threats or tensions between different militia groups. Benghazi will remain calm, although […]

Weekly Security Review

Projections Tripoli will remain stable, although there is an ongoing risk of sporadic clashes on the outskirts of the city involving militia groups and National Army units. In the West of the country the risk of clashes is assessed to be higher by AKE personnel on the ground. In recent months clashes have occurred in […]

Weekly Security Review

AKE Representation AKE’s Middle East specialist Alan Fraser is currently in Libya, studying security conditions, particularly those affecting reconstruction, business travellers and the energy sector. He will also be participating in an AKE assessment of security conditions around oil infrastructure in the country. The completed report will likely be of interest to many. If you […]

Weekly Security Review

Projections Tripoli will remain stable although there is a risk of further sporadic clashes involving different militia groups, which maintain a presence in some outlying areas of the city. The process of integrating militia groups into the national army will continue, although it may be some time before an NTC-controlled body is in control of […]

Weekly Security Review

Summary Tripoli will remain stable although there is an on-going risk of clashes between rival militia groups. In a clash on 3 January, four people were killed and five injured. Meanwhile, a local militia leader claimed to have detained a number of pro-Gaddafi supporters who were planning to carry out an attack in the capital. […]

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Weekly Security Review

Projections Tripoli will remain generally stable, however, there is an ongoing risk of clashes involving opposing militia groups and tensions are likely to increase in the run-up to a deadline set by the local council for militias to be disarmed, and those from outside the city to return home. Benghazi will remain calm but there […]