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America Moves Closer To Syrian Oil Reserves

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The Syrian oil fields are on everyone’s radar. But the US has moved ahead with specific strategy in mind. According to confirmed reports shared by CNN, a secretive report has finally been signed by the Trump administration bringing in a private company to develop and modernize the oil fields in …

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Are Algeria And Turkey Turnings Friends Over Libya?

Algeria

Algeria’s relations with Turkey are warming up at lightning speed. This has become even more clear as the newly but self elected Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune roped in the emerging Middle Eastern powerhouse Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. Algeria’s president has been able to secure a favour over a phone call …

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What Erdogan wants from Libya

Khalifa Haftar

Turkey changed the course of the war in Libya. But it didn’t do it for free. Two years back, General Khalifa Haftar-led eastern forces had made it to the suburbs of Tripoli, threatening the last stronghold of the Government of National Accord. There the both sides, who have been fighting …

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Reading stabbing: Libyan suspect was a member of GNA

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A mass stabbing that left three people dead in a Reading park in the United Kingdom was a terror attack, police have confirmed.The Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTPSE) unit has taken over the investigation as the suspect Khairi Saadallah, a Libyan, 25 years old, remains in custody. According to …

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Dangerous migrant pushbacks in the Mediterranean

Migrants

The UN voiced alarm at reports that nations are failing to aid migrants in distress on the Mediterranean Sea, preventing assistance by NGOs and ordering pushbacks of their boats. Limitations against humanitarians who rescue migrant vessels in the central Mediterranean are putting lives at risk and must be lifted immediately, …

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Muslim Brotherhood’s repressive policy against press freedom

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This obscurantist policy doesn’t affect only journalists, but is particularly widespread also in the academic circuits. According to a recent research conducted by the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP), most of the western universities including the Americans Yale, Harvard, Cornell, and Georgetown, are receiving large …

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Hafter taking power in Libya surprises Moscow.

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Russia described the succession of Khalifa Haftar, the commander of the Libyan National Army supported by Moscow, as “abrupt,” the Russian Information Agency said, quoting a Foreign Ministry source. Haftar, whose forces have been fighting more than a year for control of the capital, Tripoli, announced on Monday evening “dropping” …

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