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6 hrs ago | The Daily Star
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Minor security incidents took place Thursday in the Jabal Mohsen and Bab al-Tabbaneh neighborhoods, raising fears among Tripoli residents of a new round of violence.
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10 hrs ago | State Department
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling to Libya and strongly advises against all but essential travel to Tripoli and against all travel to areas outsideof Tripoli.
14 hrs ago | Energy Tribune
Editor's note: To honor the memory of Energy Tribune editor Michael J. Economides, we will be republishing some of his best articles this week.
18 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Chaos in Libya has prompted Algerian authorities to step up security presence along the border between the two countries and strive for better co-operation against terrorist threats.
22 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com
The latest Corruption Perceptions Index from Transparency International, published December 3rd, showed little to no improvement in graft across North Africa.
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Nour M, a cargo boat detained at the port of Rhodes, sank on Wednesday due to strong winds blowing in the area.
File - Ahmed Kadhaf al-Damm, cousin of ousted Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, smiling as he is escorted by Egyptian policemen in a car after being arrested in Cairo.
About two million real Christmas trees will be sold in B.C. over the next two weeks.
Chris Montes and his fellow volunteer rescuers first saw what looked to be children's footprints in the snow.
Libya's government expects eastern tribes to reopen three oil ports this weekend as pledged but refuses to deal with an autonomy movement demanding a share of oil exports, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on Wednesday.
April 14, 2013 - Libyans called it the eighth wonder of the world. Western media called it a pet project and the pipe dream of a mad dog.
As the French comic, Coluche, said about what he wished for himself, Nelson Mandela was alive when he died.
A young American teacher was gunned downed Thursday morning while out for a jog in Benghazi's al-Fwihet neighbourhood.
Leaders of a movement seeking autonomy for Libya's eastern Cyrenaica region said on Tuesday they could allow oil exports to resume on Dec. 15 from several ports if Tripoli meets their demands and allows the region to take its share of crude.
The Libyan militia that shut down most of the country's oil terminals for months causing the loss of millions of dollars said Tuesday that terminals will reopen on Dec. 15. Ibrahim Jedran, leader of the militia, made his remarks after meeting influential tribal leaders and mediators of the al-Magharba tribe in eastern Libya.
By The Associated Press Another round of snow is in the forecast for the mid-Atlantic region, just in time for the morning commute.