The National Forces Alliance, led by interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril, wins 39 out of 80 seats reserved for political parties in the Libya's first elections.
Senior Libyan military officials say French special forces are on the ground in Benghazi helping Libyan National Army troops fight ISIL militants. They said that the French forces, along with American and British teams, are setting up an operations room inside Benina International Airport in Benina. The French defense ministry declined to comment, citing a policy not to comment on special forces' activities.
Over documents delivered to Saif al-Islam, detained son of slain leader Muammar Gaddafi, Libya arrests an Australian lawyer from the International Criminal Court (ICC) for trying "to deliver documents to the accused, documents that have nothing to do with his case and that represent a danger to the security of Libya".
The interim Prime Minister of Libya Mahmoud Jibril confirms the presence of chemical weapons in Libya under the Gaddafi regime and announces that weapons inspectors would be visiting the country to help get rid of them.
Libya detains Irish nationals at its airport in Tripoli due to the escalation of a dispute between it and Switzerland which has led Libya to refuse anyone from the Schengen area, despite Ireland not being a member.