Chris Stephen, The Guardian

Chris Stephen

The Guardian

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Past articles by Chris:

Libyan PM makes alliance with ex-enemy to cement ceasefire

Prospect of Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh and Khalifa Haftar burying differences may be welcomed by UN → Read More

Witnessing atrocities in real time in Ukraine is changing everything

Daily on-the-ground evidence makes it more straightforward for the International Criminal Court to indict Vladimir Putin with war crimess → Read More

Where is the father of the Manchester Arena bomber?

Exclusive: Bomber’s brother Hashem Abedi was extradited from Libya for trial, but father Ramadan has vanished → Read More

The humanitarian fallout from Libya’s newest war

Medical supplies are running low while hundreds of migrants are trapped in detention centres and thousands of civilians have been displaced. → Read More

'We're frightened': Tripoli braces as fighting reaches suburbs

Violence at edge of capital contrasts with tense calm in city centre as Libyans fear bloodbath → Read More

US forces evacuated from Libya as Haftar seeks military control

Fighting rages between UN-backed Tripoli government and self-styled Libyan National Army → Read More

Hundreds of prisoners escape from Tripoli jail amid militia fighting

Italy forced to deny reports of military intervention as chaos throws elections into doubt → Read More

Four Libya oil ports closed amid corruption allegations

National Oil Corporation calls for sanctions against allies of General Khalifa Haftar → Read More

Italy bars two more refugee ships from ports

Matteo Salvini says Lifeline and Seefuchs ships will have to land migrants elsewhere → Read More

Hague Tribunal offers lessons in the power and the limits of war crimes justice

What can the ICC and other courts learn from the soon-to-be-shuttered Hague Tribunal? → Read More

Libya’s downward spiral to shortages, militia power, and migrant abuse

Can a new UN “Road Map” ease Libya’s chaos? → Read More

Libya’s downward spiral to shortages, militia power, and migrant abuse

Can a new UN “Road Map” ease Libya’s chaos? → Read More

Security clampdown at The Hague amid fears of further suicides

Dutch police open investigation after death of Bosnian Croat general Slobodan Praljak in the dock → Read More

Libyan rival leaders agree to ceasefire after Macron-hosted talks

French president says Fayez al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar have shown ‘historic courage’ at the meeting outside Paris → Read More

Macron attempts to broker Libyan peace with meeting of leaders

French president convenes talks between heads of rival factions in attempt to increase conflict-ravaged country’s political stability → Read More

Gaddafi son Saif al-Islam freed by Libyan militia

Former dictator’s son, who is wanted for war crimes, had been held since 2011 revolution in which his father was killed → Read More

Manchester attacker's brother 'helped him buy bomb-making kit'

Libyan militia holding Salman Abedi’s brother in Tripoli says he told members the bomb that killed 22 was made in the UK → Read More

How Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalised by his links to Libya

The 22-year-old was influenced in part by the people who formed the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a little-known al-Qaida affiliate outlawed in 2004 → Read More

Egypt hits Libyan terror camps again after attack kills 29 Copts

Fresh wave of airstrikes ordered in retaliation for killing of Coptic Christians south of Cairo → Read More

Libyans in UK 'warned about Manchester radicalisation for years'

Members of Britain’s Libyan community say they told authorities that terrorist recruiters are operating openly in the city → Read More