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Libya: Armed chaos and dividing spheres of power

Libya is witnessing armed chaos and division of regions as well as cities, while battles and conflicts are occurring between extremist militias and the Libyan army near Libyan cities. A lot of militias spread in Libya; all of them were formed after the fall of Gaddafi’s regime. The major armament …

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For Egypt not to fall in the ISIS trap

The U.N. Security Council and international community saved Egypt from falling into a trap which the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) set for it. The international community did so by rejecting President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi’s call for an international military intervention in Libya. Sisi’s call for this intervention came …

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Libyan FM: We don’t want military intervention

During an interview with An-Nahar, Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Dairi denied that his government, headed by Abdullah al-Thani, had asked for foreign military intervention in Libya during the Security Council session. He also stressed the need for the international community to provide support to the Libyan National Army in order …

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Egypt acts as middleman for Russia-Libya arms deal

CAIRO — The Libya dossier has now risen to the top of the priority list of the administration of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, following an increase in the number of kidnappings and the killing of Egyptians at the hands of armed militias affiliated with the Islamic State (IS) in Libya. The latest such incident …

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The Lebanonization of Libya: Is partition next?

The state of chaos in Libya cracking the country between East and West and inviting the specter of both ISIS and al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, puts the country at a very critical juncture, threatening its unity and reigniting the debate on the value of the 2011 NATO military intervention …

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