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The Arab War(s) on Terror

Barack Obama recently declared it is the Arabs’ job to stop the terrorist-related violence gripping their region. So, despite numerous problems, just what are Arab states doing to stamp out this phenomenon, both collectively and individually? Today, Florence Gaub and Patryk Pawlak take a look.

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650 عاملاً تركيًّا يغادرون سرت بعد إنذار حفتر

قال مدير موقع مشروع تنفيد محطة الخليج البخارية في سرت لإنتاج الطاقة الكهربائية (1400 ميغاوات) المهندس أبوبكر مخيون: «إن الأتراك العاملين بشركة (جاما) التركية العالمية، وعددهم 650 تركيًّا من مهندسين وفنيين وعمال غادروا أمس نهائيًّا مدينة سرت إلى بلادهم (تركيا) عبر مطاري مصراتة وطرابلس الدوليين بناءً على تعليمات السفارة التركية …

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UNSMIL Introduces New Initiative to Bring Together Conflicting Parties in Libya

The United Nations’ top envoy in Libya announced on Friday an initiative to bring together some of the country’s most influential actors to settle long-divisive issues, a press statement by the United Nations Support Mission in Libya UNSMIL said.

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A Western Strategy for Libya

Libya has disappeared from Western headlines, even though the situation on the ground is going from bad to worse. How long can the West afford to ignore this disaster? The United States and Europe had a decisive role in overthrowing the Gaddafi regime and are now morally obliged to support …

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Libya: ICRC delegate murdered in Sirte

Tripoli/Geneva (ICRC) – The ICRC condemns in the strongest possible terms the murder of its staff member Michael Greub. The 42-year-old Swiss national, head of the organization’s Misrata sub-delegation, was killed by armed men around midday today in the city of Sirte.

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