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Egypt: Two killed in train-bus crash in Giza

Two people were killed in Al-Atf in Giza over the weekend when a train slammed into a bus. The accident, which killed the bus driver and a passenger, paralyzed traffic…

Egypt: Explosion in Maadi, Cairo, several injured

An explosion apparently from a grenade thrown by an attacker was reported on Sunday evening on the Autostrad road near the affluent neighborhood of Maadi in Cairo. The attack injured…

Turkey maintains pressure on Islamic State in and out of its territory

Battling on various fronts, Turkey is also facing an aggressive Islam State, which has been responsible for many terror attacks with Turkey. Over the past couple of days, the Turkish…

Status Quo in Morocco’s Elections: Not too Many Choices for Voters

Status Quo in Morocco’s Elections: Not too Many Choices for Voters

The Norh Africa Journal- October 8, 2016: With a low 43% turnout, a sign of a malaise and disappointment for most voters, the general elections took place in Morocco yesterday…

Mali: Ansar Dine claims kidnapping of Red Cross staffers

Kidal, Mali. April 21, 2016. The pro-Al Qaeda group Ansar Dine, led by the Malian Jihadist Iyad Ag Ghali, has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of three Malian collaborators of…

Libya: UK Air service to intervene in Sirte in upcoming weeks

April, 25, 2016. According to the UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, members of the British Special Air Service will join US, French and Italian counterparts in an intervention against the…

Dozens Killed in Tunisia Confrontation

Dozens Killed in Tunisia Confrontation

In what is one of the most daring border attacks to date, early this morning a group of men, coming from Libya, attacked the border town of Ben Guerdane in…

Libya: Western troops confirmed on the ground in Libya

Libya: Western troops confirmed on the ground in Libya

MEA Risk trackers are reporting that Libyan officials confirmed that a French combat squad comprised of 15 troops has been operating out of Benghazi’s Benina air base for more than…

Insurance firm Zurich exiting the Moroccan market

Swiss insurance firm Zurich Insurance is considering exiting the Moroccan and South African markets amid a deteriorating business environment. The company is reportedly unable to generate profits from these units,…

Bombing of Libya Looms as Neighboring States Seek to Seal the Borders and Build Refugee Towns

Bombing of Libya Looms as Neighboring States Seek to Seal the Borders and Build Refugee Towns

Fresh troop movements and unusual activity along the Algeria-Libya borders are clear indications of the potential for an imminent Western offensive in Libya, according to MEA Risk security trackers. The…

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