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Libya government urges UN experts to publish corruption claims

03 March, 2021

Libya's interim government called on UN experts to publish a report containing allegations of vote-buying during UN-led peace talks.

Libya PM-designate defends vote marred by graft claims

01 March, 2021

Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, elected last month transitional prime minister during the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), has to face reports of vote-buying during the UN-led peace talks

Bribes for votes at UN-led Libya talks: expert panel

28 February, 2021

UN experts found that during the Tunisia talks, two participants offered bribes of between $150,000 to $200,000 to at least three LPDF participants if they voted for Dbeibah as PM.

Tunisians protest amid political standoff

27 February, 2021

Tunisia's main parliamentary bloc Ennahdha rallied thousands of people Saturday in a demonstration.

Repression fails to stamp out Arab activism: Amnesty

25 February, 2021

Despite the challenges, human rights defenders across the Middle East and North Africa are continuing their battle for civil rights in the face of increasing oppression.

Twitter and India play tug-of-war with democracy

24 February, 2021

Comment: In India, an increasingly authoritarian government combined with Twitter's willingness to put stakeholders before users raises questions over freedom of speech, writes Jillian C. York.

Tunisia ex-presidential candidate released on bail

24 February, 2021

After a two month spell in prison, Nabil Karoui has been released on bail, but still faces charges of money laundering and tax evasion.

Algerian students hold anti-government protests

24 February, 2021

Dozens of Algerian students defied police Tuesday to demonstrate in the capital Algiers.

Morocco receives UNESCO heritage registration for couscous

20 February, 2021

Couscous has been awarded the status of intangible cultural heritage.

IS claims killing of 4 Tunisia soldiers, beheading: SITE

19 February, 2021

IS claimed responsibility for the February 3 killing of four soldiers in a rugged region of central Tunisia.

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