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UN chief condemns escalating violence in Libya

02 September, 2018

Five days of clashes between rival militias has left dozens dead and more than 100 injured.

Chad forces bombard rebel positions on Libyan border

01 September, 2018

N'Djamena forces pounded rebel positions around Tibesti, a town in the far north along the Libyan border.

Donald Trump: Gunrunner for hire

31 August, 2018

Comment: The US administration going all out in selling the most dangerous weapons to the most dangerous people, writes William Hartung.

Migrants caught in Libya capital clashes evacuated: UNHCR

30 August, 2018

The UN's refugee agency said it evacuated 300 migrants, mainly from Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, on Thursday, amid deadly clashes in Libya.

Clashes escalate in Libya’s capital Tripoli, killing 26

30 August, 2018

A Libyan official says fighting between rival militias in the capital has killed at least 26 people, including civilians.

Egypt army says 20 militants killed in operations

29 August, 2018

The military launched a sweeping operation in February focused on Sinai in eastern Egypt aimed at wiping out militants, including from the Islamic State group.

Former IS leader killed in US airstrike in Libya

29 August, 2018

The US military said it carried out an airstrike in Libya, killing an Islamic State member described by a source as a former local leader of the jihadist group.

Scores killed in suicide attack on western Iraq town

29 August, 2018

A suicide bomber blew up a vehicle in the town of al-Qaim in western Iraq on Wednesday, killing at least 11 people, five of them security personnel, police said.

UN: Refugees rejected by Italy were 'tortured and raped'

28 August, 2018

African refugees that were rejected and threatened by Italy were subjected to beatings, torture and rape by smugglers in Libya, the UN's migration agency said.

What's behind the stalled Saudi Aramco IPO?

27 August, 2018

Comment: The IPO would have meant increased international scrutiny, and with other funding sources emerging, Saudi Arabia can afford to sidestep it a while longer, writes Courtney Freer.

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