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East Libya: Women banned from travelling without male guardian

20 February, 2017

Libya's Tobruk-based government has issued a controversial travel ban prohibiting women under 60 from leave the country alone, citing "security concerns".

Libya's head of 'unity government' survives assassination attempt

20 February, 2017

Fayez al-Sarraj survived an assassination attempt in Tripoli on Monday, reports suggest.

Trump's 'new-and-improved' Muslim ban will spare green card holders

18 February, 2017

Head of Homeland Security John Kelly says that it would be a 'good assumption' to expect that residents and green card holders will be allowed to enter the US.

Ex-Manchester United star Dwight Yorke denied entry to US

18 February, 2017

The former Manchester United ace was barred from passing through the US on his way to Trinidad from Qatar, as debate continues on strict American visa rules.

UK warns Russia to 'keep its paws off' Libya

18 February, 2017

UK Foreign Minister Michael Fallon has told Russia to keep its 'hands off' Libya, amid Moscow's growing influence in the war-torn North African state.

Libyans mark revolution in capital as eastern cities cancel

18 February, 2017

Libyans have marked the anniversary of the 2011 uprising that toppled dictator Moammar Gaddafi, waving flags in central Tripoli even as the country reels from political chaos and security problems.

Tunisian army kills two militants in mountain clashes

18 February, 2017

Security forces continue crackdown on Islamist insurgents as Tunisia extends its 2015 state of emergency.

American Museum removes immigrant artworks to protest Islamophobia, xenophobia

17 February, 2017

A museum in Massachusetts has removed or covered dozens of artwork produced by immigrant artists to show their contribution to the cultural wealth of the United States.

Libya's Independence Day 'cancelled' over east Libyan security woes

17 February, 2017

Three east Libyan cities cancelled their Independence Day celebrations due to pitched battles against Islamist fighters, while large crowds gathered in Misrata and Tripoli.

Libya asks NATO for security help

16 February, 2017

NATO agreed at a summit last year in Warsaw to offer support to the Government of National Accord if it requested it.

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