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Libya’s security problem

Libya’s passage through a democratic era is characterized by challenges and threats that may hamper the transition and threaten its neighbors. The proliferation of weapons and limited efforts by the government to monitor the security situation have invigorated terrorist and outlaw groups to take advantage of this favorable climate and …

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Libya: Latest abduction highlights ‘dysfunctional’ justice system

The abduction of ‘Anoud al-Senussi, the daughter of military intelligence chief under al-Gaddafi, Abdallah al-Senussi, upon her release from prison in Tripoli raises serious concerns about her safety and the Libyan authorities’ ability to protect detainees held since the 2011 armed conflict, Amnesty International said. 

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Opinion: Towards a more professional government – to – public communication: the role of media in Libya

Last year I visited Berlin at the invitation of the Federal Foreign Office as part of a programme entitled “Democracy and the role of women in the Middle East” which included female professionals and activists from a number of countries in the MENA region.

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