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The UN is failing in Libya. Who is to blame?Middle East

The UN is failing in Libya. Who is to blame?

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Acting Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Libya, Stephanie Williams, continues attempts
US May Send Troops to Tunisia Over Alleged Russian Campaign to Destabilize Region, AFRICOM SaysMiddle East

US May Send Troops to Tunisia Over Alleged Russian Campaign to Destabilize Region, AFRICOM Says

Moscow has repeatedly denied accusations of involvement in the Libyan civil war, stressing that it wants to see a diplomatic
ERDOGAN CLAIMS 2,000 Russian , 5,000 SUDANESE MERCENARIES FIGHTING IN LIBYAMiddle East

ERDOGAN CLAIMS 2,000 Russian , 5,000 SUDANESE MERCENARIES FIGHTING IN LIBYA

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims that 2,000 Russian and 5,000 Sudanese mercenaries are participating in the Libyan conflict on
Libya’s coastguard intercepts dozens of Europe-bound migrantsMiddle East

Libya’s coastguard intercepts dozens of Europe-bound migrants

Libya’s coastguard said on Monday that it had intercepted dozens of Europe-bound migrants off the Mediterranean coast. A rubber boat
Tunisian president-hopeful boycotts parliamentary pollsMiddle East

Tunisian president-hopeful boycotts parliamentary polls

Tunisian presidential front-runner Kais Saied has boycotted the country’s parliamentary election, according to an electoral campaign organiser on Sunday. “Saied has
After President’s Death in Saudi Arabia, Will Tunisia Recover $60 Mln in Gold Looted By His Widow?Middle East

After President’s Death in Saudi Arabia, Will Tunisia Recover $60 Mln in Gold Looted By His Widow?

The so-called Arab Spring began in December 2010 when a Tunisian fruit vendor, Mohamed Bouazizi, set himself on fire in
Tunisia to hold presidential election with 26 candidatesMiddle East

Tunisia to hold presidential election with 26 candidates

Tunisia is holding a presidential election this weekend, with 7 million registered voters choosing a new leader from among 26