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Morocco and Tunisia qualify for World Cup 2018

12 November, 2017

Victory for Morocco ends almost two decades of absence from the World Cup, while a draw for Tunisia sees the North African side just past the qualification mark.

French tech firm taken to court over Egypt sales

11 November, 2017

Egyptian and international rights groups filed a criminal complaint with Paris prosecutors over the sale of French surveillance technology to Egypt.

Tunisia's migrants and the man who digs their graves

09 November, 2017

In-depth: Chamseddine, a former fisherman, finds the corpses along the coast and arranges their burial, reports Marta Bellingreri.

Can Haftar be indicted for war crimes?

09 November, 2017

Comment: With the international community continuing to ignore allegations of Haftar's ongoing war crimes, will he ever see the inside of a court room? writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Rising 'terrorist threat' in Egypt's Western Desert

08 November, 2017

In-depth: A new surge in militancy is emerging in Egypt's west, with the army already struggling to cope with an insurgency in the eastern Sinai provinces.

Boris Johnson's Nazanin blunder is now one too many

07 November, 2017

Comment: Boris Johnson just ran out of free passes, he has zero use and is a potential menace to the Middle East, writes Sophia Akram.

A Saudi political earthquake decapitates the system of princes

07 November, 2017

Comment: King Salman and his son have cut off the head of the princely system, but its body remains entrenched in key governmental agencies, writes Robert Springborg.

Libya rivals divided over Haftar's role in transitional government

06 November, 2017

Libyan factions taking part in UN-backed talks are split over the future role of controversial general Khalifa Haftar, the head of the Tripoli-based parliament has said.

Hardline Libya group breaks up 'indecent' comic festival

06 November, 2017

An Islamist 'anti-crime' group in Libya's Tripoli said it had arrested organisers of a comic festival for 'acts of indecency and against public morals'.

Libya's warring parties 'ignoring' civilian deaths in Derna: HRW

05 November, 2017

Human Rights Watch has urged Libya's warring factions to investigate civilian deaths in Derna and hold those responsible to account, after unidentified aircraft attacked the eastern city.

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