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There is a movement in Eastern Libya that is looking back to the 1951 Libyan Constitution executed by King Idris as they struggle to find their political way.
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South African President Jacob Zuma has refused to meet Michelle Obama during her five-day tour of Africa saying that he is too busy.
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Nelson Mandela's work is done - he showed us how we can live together in a rainbow world of inclusion, he showed us how goodwill and magnanimity can triumph over rancor, he showed us that courage, strength of character and determination can beat the most daunting odds.
He will be forever linked with the abolition of Apartheid, but he was also a friend and defender of such villains as Gaddafi and Castro, and we need to accept his shortcomings to truly fathom his positive accomplishments.
An American teacher working in Benghazi, Libya, awoke this morning, put on his running shoes like he's probably done countless other mornings, and went out for a jog.
He has destroyed relations with Israel, participated in an illegal and unauthorized war with Libya resulting in Gadhafi's fall and Libya's descent into near-anarchy, led the removal of Mubarak in Egypt leading to destroyed relations with that country, bobbled the Iranian and Syrian uprisings, made a fool of himself in not bombing Syria, allowed for ... (more)
Gunmen have killed a US citizen working at an international school in the Libyan city of Benghazi, medical and security sources said.
North Korea's regime is often casually dismissed as "crazy." Indeed, the existence of a hermetically sealed state -- a combination of communism and national fascism -- so closed-off to the outside world that the Internet does not exist except for a privileged few, strikes outside observers as beyond belief.
Libyan businessman Basit Igtet is a designer. A former fashion exhibitor, he designed clothes.
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The United States and its partners, who say they are training to "NATO standards," are not the only ones moving to fill the security vacuum.
Zidan spoke Wednesday, as militias and tribesmen based in the east escalated their pressure on his government by saying that the oil terminals will not open until the government agrees to set up a committee with representatives of the country's three regions to divide up oil revenues.
Cairo: - The Arab Network for Human Rights Information today condemned the ongoing murder of activists, media professionals and opinion makers in Libya, under the failure of government, which came to power following the overthrow of autocratic Muammar Al-Gaddafi in 2011, to restore security in the Libyan street and to disarm the militias.
This evening in Britain, Richard Falk - the UN official whose mandate is to investigate "Israel's violations of the principles and bases of international law" - will speak at the University of East Anglia, at the invitation of a Green Party activist.
The spectre is looming of a second Syrian civil war with the head of the opposition's official forces declaring that he is prepared to join regime troops in the future to drive out al-Qa'ida-linked extremists who have taken over swathes of rebel-held territories.
Edda Mueller, head of the German section of Transparency International, attends a news conference where she presented the Global Corruption Report 2013 in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.