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A Thawing of Libyan Politics?
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Saturday, 30 March 2013
A Thawing of Libyan Politics?
Recent developments in Libya suggest an opening in the country’s otherwise deadlocked political process, increasing the likelihood of resolving several key issues holding back the country’s transition. The Muslim Brotherhood, led by Mohamed Sawan, and the National Forces Alliance (NFA), led by....Read Full Article ...
 
UNSMIL Denies Formation of Multinational Force to Intervene in Libya
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Saturday, 30 March 2013
UNSMIL Denies Formation of Multinational Force to Intervene in Libya
Amid growing suspicion among Libyans that foreign intervention is the main factor behind the slowness of establishing strong national army, police force and th...
 
Suspects arrested in Libya for attacking activists in Miles of Smiles convoy
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Saturday, 30 March 2013
Suspects arrested in Libya for attacking activists in Miles of Smiles convoy
Libyan Interior Ministry announced on Friday that four suspects in the attack on foreign activists had been arrested.Read Full Article ...
 
Libya Aid mission British sisters raped and their father forced to watch
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Saturday, 30 March 2013
Libya Aid mission British sisters raped and their father forced to watch
Two British sisters on an aid mission have been kidnapped and raped in Libya - and their father was forced to watch.The trio along with a third British woman, ...
 
The Libyan media landscape: a creative chaos?
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Saturday, 30 March 2013
The Libyan media landscape: a creative chaos?
Monitoring Libya’s post-revolution media landscape has proved to be a nightmare. Even officials directly responsible for the issue seem unable to evaluate or k...
 
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