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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…

Algerian authorities confronted with localized labor unrest, escalation in 2017

Algerian authorities confronted with localized labor unrest, escalation in 2017

While the Algerian authorities continue to focus a great deal of attention and resources on preventing attacks from Islamic militant groups, the erosion in state revenues is forcing them to…

Libya: Dire Situation for Civilians in Benghazi

Libya: Dire Situation for Civilians in Benghazi

On September 30, 2016, Amnesty International said fears are growing for hundreds of civilians who are trapped in a Benghazi neighborhood which faces intensified fighting after several months under military…

Libya Crisis Update: Latest Development

Libya Crisis Update: Latest Development

The crisis in Libya is accelerating. MEA Risk Trackers and Analysts say that most major militias have joined the fight against the Islamic State organization ever since the US bombing…

Populations: Europe’s Radicalized Muslim Population

Populations: Europe’s Radicalized Muslim Population

Europe’s integration policies related to its immigrants have been less than effective in stemming the rise of extremism. Decades of misconceived immigration strategies have led to the rise of radical…

Metrojet crash in the Sinai is likely to worsen Egyptian economy

Metrojet crash in the Sinai is likely to  worsen Egyptian economy

MEA Risk LLC released a research note following the UK government’s ordering a suspension of flights to the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh, as a result of what it believed…

Maghreb Security: Easing of Tension vs. Ramadan, but Instability Remains Dangerously High

Maghreb Security: Easing of Tension vs. Ramadan, but Instability Remains Dangerously High

MEA Risk tracking firm says a return to a certain level of normalcy in the Maghreb region has been taking place ever since the end of Ramadan back in July. Yet…

Egypt: Factory fire kills 15 in Cairo

July 28, 2015 | Some 15 workers were killed in Cairo this morning as a result of a fire that devastated the furniture factory in the north of the capital…

Bloodiest Day in Algeria in Almost 15 Years

Bloodiest Day in Algeria in Almost 15 Years

The province of Ghardaia, in central Algeria has been the scene over the past few days of intercommunal clashes that are pitting two ethnic groups. MEA Risk trackers on the…

Terror in Tunisia and the Gloomy Outlook

Terror in Tunisia and the Gloomy Outlook

The attacks recently perpetrated against two hotels in Sousse confirm that Tunisia is now in a permanent state of war, and the future looks rather gloomy. The war being waged…

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