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Red Cross: Thousands of attacks on healthcare in conflict

23 May, 2018

More than 1,200 violent incidents against hospitals and medical personnel have taken place in the past two years across the world.

Former PM warns election would risk Libya's partition

23 May, 2018

Mahmoud Jibril has said an election would sow further division in Libya unless all parties agreed to respect its results.

Haftar militia targeted by suicide bomber in eastern Libya

22 May, 2018

At least two fighters loyal to former Libyan general Khalifa Haftar have been killed, following a suicide bombing in eastern Libya.

Palestinians who left Lebanon and 'vanished into the sea'

22 May, 2018

Desperate for a better life, Palestinian refugees from Lebanon have vanished on the perilous journey on sea to find a better life in Europe.

UN considers first-ever sanctions on Libya people smugglers

22 May, 2018

The first ever sanctions targeting people smugglers in Libya are being considered by the UN.

Unemployed Libyan youths threaten to shutdown eastern oilfields

21 May, 2018

The group complained about the lack of healthcare and other services, such as roads linking the town to other communities.

Beyond hegemony and a liberal international order

17 May, 2018

Comment: It's time for America to realise it is increasingly irrelevant on the global stage, writes Gordon Adams.

Can Libya ever rid itself of corruption?

17 May, 2018

Comment: The transitional vacuum after regime collapse creates opportunities for those in power to line their pockets quickly, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

The New Arab Meets: Mosul Eye founder Omar Mohammed

14 May, 2018

Interview: He called himself Mosul Eye and wrote about the atrocities of Islamic State in his city for two years. Francesca Mannocchi meets the man behind the blog, Omar Mohammed.

Libya to return remains of Copts beheaded by IS

14 May, 2018

The Egyptian Christians were beheaded on a beach in Sirtre, Libya in February 2015, a move which drew international outrage.

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