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Priest Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
[CISA] Asmara -40-year-old Fr Mussie Zerai has been nominated for the Nobel peace prize award.
Foreign Terrorist Fighters Pose 'Significant and Evolving' Global Threat, Warns New UN Report
[UN News] In the wake of last week's meeting of world leaders at United Nations Headquarters on countering violent extremism, a new UN report released today throws into stark relief the growing threat posed by foreign terrorist fighters, especially in an era where extremist groups freely use social media and the Internet to disseminate their ideologies and even raise funds.
Situation in Libya Takes Centre Stage At Defence Minister - Russian Ambassador Talk
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -National Defence Minister Farhat Horchani and Russia's Ambassador in Tunis Sergey Nikolaev Tuesday discussed the situation in Libya.
Stock Market After Qaddafi
[Africa In Fact] Like so much else in Libya, Tripoli's fledgling stock exchange came to a standstill after the country plunged into civil war in the summer of 2014.
Wasps Line Up West Africans Ahead of Libya WC Duel
[East African] As the rest of African countries gear up for 2016 Chan final round qualifiers, hosts Rwanda have set up Fifa international friendlies with Burkina Faso and Equatorial Guinea in Morocco from October 4-17.
Ban Urges Parties to Reject Violence, Act Quickly On Draft Peace Plan
[UN News] Stressing that 18 months of violence has only led Libya down a path of death, displacement and destruction, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged all parties to put aside their differences and act on the draft peace plan they have before them.
Messahel Reaffirms in New York Need to Establish Government of National Union in Libya
[Algerie Presse Service] New York -The need to establish a government of national union in Libya with broad prerogatives to assume the transition in this country was reaffirmed Friday in New York by the Minister for Maghreb, African Union and Arab League Affairs Abdelkader Messahel.
FM - It Is No Longer Acceptable to Withdraw From Agreement Signed in Skhirat On Libya
[Egypt Online] Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry asserted on Friday that it is no longer acceptable to delay the signing of a political agreement and forming a reconciliation government in Libya or withdraw from the agreement signed in Skhirat last July.
Egypt Participates in Libya Meeting At UN
[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri participated in a high-level ministerial meeting on Libya at the United Nations headquarters on Friday.
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