Warlord Haftar and his two sons may be incriminated in a US federal court over the torture, deaths of Libyans in 2014.
In a conversation with TRT World, GNA leader Feyaz al Sarraj shone a light on some critical aspects of the Libyan conflict, including the militias that control large parts of the country.
Public health officials are still at a loss to explain the cause of the severe lung illnesses, which have now reached 1,080 cases across 48 states and one US territory so far, up from 805 cases last week.
Hurricane Dorian came to a catastrophic daylong halt over the northwest Bahamas, flooding the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama with walls of water that lapped into the second storeys of buildings. The storm spurred evacuations in southeastern US.
Slave ships' arrival 400 years ago marks the beginning of a dark period of US history: 250 years of slavery followed by a long period of racial segregation, the repercussions of which are still felt in American society.
President Donald Trump doubles down on his attacks against four minority US congresswomen and dismissed concerns that his comments were racist, prompting outrage from Democrats.
For years US terror warnings have focused on groups like Al Qaeda or Daesh, but the latest warnings from US law enforcement agencies point to homegrown terrorists as the most immediate danger.
Virginia Beach police say the suspect, who opened fire at the city's municipal centre, was a longtime current municipal employee and described him as "disgruntled." The shooting is the 150th mass shooting in the US this year.
Trump's second State of the Union address has come with the Democrats vowing to use their new control over House committees to launch multiple investigations.
James Alex Fields Jr. killed a woman when he drove into a group of counterprotesters marching in protest to a nationalist rally in August 2017.
James Fields, 21, is facing 10 criminal counts for his role in the violence. He ploughed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at last year's white nationalist rally in Virginia, killing a woman.
At least 18 people have been killed in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia and hundreds more remain missing after one of the most powerful storms in the US battered the region, according to the state officials.
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