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July 29

  • North Africa: Eritrean Authoritarianism, Human Trafficking in Sinai [analysis]


    On the world map, there is no such thing as an 'ungoverned space,' bar the two poles and our woefully under-regulated oceans. It is a neat, practical system, where all land is... Read more »

  • Libya: Libya Says Italy to Help Fight Depot Blaze

    Deutsche Welle

    Libya says seven fire-fighting planes are being sent by Italy and the Italian energy giant ENI to douse the inferno at a Tripoli oil depot. Fighting between militias nearby has... Read more »

  • Libya: Benghazi Sees Sombre Eid


    Benghazi residents spent the week-end before Eid amidst indiscriminate shelling, rockets humming and the sound of exploding shells, and woke up to a stricken city cloaked in smoke... Read more »

  • Algeria: Algeria Rules Out Terrorism in Mali Plane Crash


    Algeria ruled out terrorism as the cause of the plane crash that killed 118 people last Thursday in northern Mali. Read more »

  • Africa: Stop the Gay-Bashing, Africa Should Focus On Other Things [opinion]

    RNW Africa

    RNW Blogger Shaun Matsheza explains why he believes that 'what every raging homophobe needs is to sit down and talk to someone who is on the receiving end of their vitriol.' Read more »

  • Algeria: Air Algérie Crash Investigation to Take Time - French Minister


    The black boxes from the Air Algérie plane that crashed in the Malian desert on Thursday arrived in Paris on Monday. But ministers warned that the investigation would take a... Read more »

  • Libya: France to Evacuate Nationals From Libya


    France is to evacuate its nationals from Libya as fighting between rival militias plunges the country into chaos, a government source said Tuesday. The evacuation will take place... Read more »

  • Morocco: Morocco Launches Housing Survey


    Morocco intends to improve its housing policy by identifying citizens' needs in relation to their spending powers. Read more »

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