A study by the Small Arms Survey and the Armament Research Services (ARES) revealed a growing number of arms trades made online in Libya.
A study by the Small Arms Survey and Weapons Research Service (ARES) indicates that a growing number of manufacturing lines in Libya arms deal.
Experts said the closure group in Facebook (FB, Tech30) and WhatsApp is the most common kind of trading places, but like Instagram and telegraph applications may also be used.
The report, published on Thursday, said most of the sales are done by militia and other armed groups. They are either buying guns or using social media to dispose of unwanted or unusable weapons.