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Opportunism With Limitations: Russian policy in the Middle East and North Africa

Exhibit A in this opportunistic and scalable approach is Libya, where, in the wake of the power vacuum fostered in part by Washington’s ambivalence and European disunity, contending Libyan armed groups and factions sought outside assistance. Responding to this, Russia in late 2019 escalated its military support for one of …

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Libyan PM reviews foreign mercenaries’ presence with British senior defense officials

The Libyan Prime Minister and Defense Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah discussed with the British Defence Senior Advisor to the Middle East, Martin Sampson, in the presence of the British ambassador to Libya and the Libyan Chief of General Staff, Mohammed Haddad.

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Three more mass graves found in Tarhuna

The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons stated that its teams were capable of unearthing two new mass graves in the agricultural project area in Tarhuna city, along with a further grave in the city’s public landfill, reporting that it intends to begin the exhumation process on …

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Who Blessed the Vlads Down in Africa? Russia’s Wagner Group has its eyes on Mali. It fits a pattern of Russian interference in Africa.

Fighters from the Russian mercenary group Wagner may soon have another stamp in their passports, this time from the West African country of Mali, after already littering at least five fragile African states with human rights abuses, extrajudicial killings, and political interference.

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