Monday , 13 July 2020
Home / page 4

Blog Archives

The presence of Sudanese militias in Libya is destabilising for Sudan

There have been some dramatic changes in Sudan since President Omar Al-Bashir was overthrown in April last year. The former dictator of thirty years is now in prison. A transitional government made up of civilian and military members is in charge, and it has enacted some important reforms.

Read More »

‘Sisi did not consider Sirte a red line when ISIS occupied it’, ex-US envoy says

Former US Ambassador to Libya, Deborah Jones, expressed her surprise at the statements of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on Sirte after he warned that he considered the town a “red line” should the internationally-backed Libyan Government of National Accord aim to take control of it.

Read More »