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Prominent Egyptian scholar Qaradawi sentenced to life in prison

18 January, 2018

Prominent Egypt-born scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi who heads the Doha-based International Union of Muslim Scholars has been sentenced to life in prison for 'incitement to murder' among other charges.

Military forces in Libya are flexing muscles: UN envoy

18 January, 2018

UN envoy for Libya Ghassan Salame said Libya needs a government that can deliver desperately needed public services and unify the country’s institutions.

Libya: Tripoli flights still suspended after deadly airport clashes

16 January, 2018

The Libyan capital's only working international airport remained closed to flights on Tuesday, the airport said, a day after fighting killed at least 20 people and damaged several planes.

Israel's war on African refugees is inspiring white supremacists

16 January, 2018

Comment: Netanyahu's racist, anti-African immigration policies are bringing cheer to white supremacists on both sides of the Atlantic, writes David Sheen.

Protests in Tunisia highlight contested narratives of 2011 revolution

16 January, 2018

In-depth: Tunisia's recent protests were triggered by tax increases, but they highlight the deep, unresolved issues that led to the 2011 revolution, writes Anna Boots.

Turkey suffers 'dramatic decline' in freedoms after coup: watchdog

16 January, 2018

Turkey has been declared "not free" according to a new report by democracy watchdog Freedom House, which put its dramatic decline down to the post-coup crackdown on opposition and activists.

Fighting breaks out near Tripoli airport in Libya capital

15 January, 2018

Libya's capital has seen fighting that has ledt at least nine dead, after militia fighters attacked Tripoli International Airport on Monday.

Under Haftar siege, Libya's Derna suffering 'huge human catastrophe'

12 January, 2018

In-depth: General Khalifa Haftar is imposing a bloody siege on Derna with diplomatic and military support from the Emiratis, reports Austin Bodetti.

Rohingya holding out for an end to Myanmar's abuses

12 January, 2018

While hundreds of thousands of persecuted Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar, others have decided to stay in a country they have considered their homeland for centuries, writes Austin Bodetti.

What does 2018 hold for Libya?

11 January, 2018

Comment: Increased oil production and the prospect of elections mean many are hoping 2018 will be the year conflict finally comes to an end in Libya, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

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