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Libyans protest poor living conditions in Benghazi

11 September, 2020

After widespread demonstrations took place in Libya's capital Tripoli last month, a rare protest erupted in the eastern city of Benghazi.

Morocco says busts IS-linked cell plotting suicide attacks

10 September, 2020

Police arrested five "extremists" in Tangiers and Rabat.

Inter-Libyan talks resume in Morocco

10 September, 2020

Appointments at the top of Libya's key institutions have been a key point of contention in the talks held by Morocco.

Morocco extends health emergency amid rise in coronavirus cases

10 September, 2020

Morocco has extended a state of emergency until next month as the number of coronavirus cases rises sharply in the North African country

Inter-Libyan talks in Morocco agree on 'compromise'

08 September, 2020

Libya's two rival administrations agreed on the need to compromise during talks in the Moroccan capital, authorities confirmed.

Turkey jails for life New Year nightclub gunman

08 September, 2020

The Istanbul criminal court handed Abdulkadir Masharipov 40 life sentences - one for each of the victims and one for the massacre itself.

Turkey's Erdogan renews support for Libya's UN-recognised govt

07 September, 2020

Erdogan said that Libya's peace and stability would benefit its neighbours and the entire region, starting with Europe.

Rival Libyan administrations hold talks in Morocco

06 September, 2020

In remarks before the meeting got underway, Morocco's Foreign Minister said that Libya's crisis must be decided by Libyans themselves under the auspices of the UN.

Rival Libya administrations to meet in Morocco: source

06 September, 2020

Reluctance from both sides to announce the meeting is due to preconditions they have set for the talks, sources say.

Pompeo failed to replicate UAE-Israel deal, here's why

31 August, 2020

Comment: Pompeo's failure to garner more UAE-style normalisation agreements suggests that Arab public opinion still counts for something, writes Rami Khouri.

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