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October 20

  • Libya: State Faces Collapse

    Deutsche Welle

    Three years after the death of Moammar Gadhafi, Libya is marching toward civil war. The dream of a new start has given way to political anarchy - and most of the country's problems... Read more »

  • Libya: From Africa's Richest to Failed State [column]

    The Herald

    This week marks the three-year anniversary of the Western-backed assassination of Libya's former president, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, and the fall of one of Africa's greatest... Read more »

  • Libya: Sudanese Stranded in Libya 'Want to Return Home'

    Radio Dabanga

    Sudanese nationals in the Libyan capital of Tripoli are suffering under the poor security situation. Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a Sudanese residing in Tripoli told Radio Dabanga... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ibezim - Muammer Gaddafi: Three Years After [analysis]

    Guardian

    TODAY October 20, 2014 marks exactly three years when Muammer Gaddafi's life and regime ended in Libya. Muammer Muammad Abu Minya al Gaddafi. These were the original names given to... Read more »



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October 17

  • West Africa: ISIS Eyes Sahel [interview]

    Magharebia

    With insecurity in Mali, Libya, Nigeria and beyond, the terrorism map of Africa is being redrawn. Magharebia met with Abdullah Mamadou Ba, an expert on militant groups in the... Read more »

  • Egypt: FM - Situation in Libya 'Worrying'

    Egypt Online

    "The situation in Libya is causing deep concern to Egypt due to Egypt's close relation to the interests of the Libyan people as well as Libya's stability and sovereignty," said... Read more »



October 16

  • Libya: Benghazi Fights Back

    Magharebia

    The Libyan National Army on Wednesday (October 15th) entered Benghazi from several points, while young men spread across town to protect their neighbourhoods in support of the... Read more »

  • Libya: Tunisians Demand Release of Hostages in Libya

    Magharebia

    Tunisians on Thursday (October 16th) demonstrated outside the foreign ministry in Tunis to demand that their government do more to secure the safe release of two journalists held... Read more »

  • Egypt: Presidential Spokesman - No Egyptian Planes Involved in Raiding Targets in Libya

    Egypt Online

    Presidential spokesman Alaa Youssef denied in statements that Egyptian warplanes raided targets in Libya. Read more »



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