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More Violence in Libya: Dozens Killed, Incontrollable Militias

More Violence in Libya: Dozens Killed, Incontrollable Militias

Deadly clashes erupted in the outskirts of Tripoli on Saturday resulting in dozens of deaths, estimated at almost 40. These events are similar to those that occurred last summer in…

Morocco: the King’s Men Return to Power, Islamists Take a Much Needed Break

The coalition that formed the Moroccan cabinet since the electoral victory of the Islamist PJD party faced a crisis when in July 2013; the conservative-monarchist Istiqlal party withdrew from it.…

Libya PM Zeidan Kidnapped by a Government “Anti-Corruption Unit” [update]

Making a public statement on Thursday, the Libyan Deputy Prime Minister Abdulkarim Sadikk clearly missed the mark when he stated that Libya was safe and security was under control.  The…