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New Round of Peace Talks Begins
[UN News]Libyan parties have gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, today for a new round of United Nations-facilitated talks aimed at resolving the North African nation's political crisis.
This Week in Maghreb and Sahel Security
[Moroccan American Center]As the security situation continues to deteriorate in Yemen and Libya, the same appears true on the other side of the Middle East. Despite ongoing negotiations, tensions remain rife in northern Mali. On Wednesday, the UN Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) confirmed that it responded to an armed attack against its troops by MNLA rebels in Tabankort - the site of several demonstrations and increased hostilities over the past few weeks. For its part, the MNLA claimed that the UN counterattack - from a MINUSMA helicopt
Jobless Arab youths to hit 50m by 2020
Regional governments would need USD 70 billion per year to create jobs.
[in Zawya ]
Messahel Receives Turkish President's Special Envoy to Libya
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Minister for Maghreb and African Affairs Abdelkader Messahel received Saturday in Algiers, Emrullah Isler, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's special envoy to Libya.
Amu Firmly Condemns Attack On Algeria's Embassy in Tripoli
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) has "firmly condemned" the attack perpetrated last week against Algeria's embassy in Tripoli, Libya, dubbing it a "blatant violation" of all international laws and practices.
UN-Facilitated Libyan Political Dialogue Set to Resume in Geneva
[UN News]Libyan stakeholders will return to Geneva this week for a new round of United Nations-facilitated dialogue aimed at resolving the war-torn country's longstanding political crisis, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has announced.
Tunisian Journalists Abducted in Libya "Alive," Says Libyan Interior Minister
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis -Tunisian journalists held hostage in Libya, Sofiene Chourabi and Nadhir Ktari "are alive," said Libyan Minister of the Interior Omar Al-Sinki.
Tunisia Plays Host to Inter-Libyan Dialogue
[Magharebia]Tunis -Away from the roar of guns and the smoke of fires in Libya, Tunisia was transformed this week into an arena to search for consensus among Libyans from different political and ideological trends.
UN Mission Deplores Deadly Shooting in Tripoli
[UN News]The top United Nations official in Libya, Bernardino Léon, has condemned a fatal shooting incident outside a UN facility in the capital, Tripoli, as tensions continue to simmer across the war-torn country.
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