Libya

 
It’s do or die for Bafana coach Baxter
It’s do or die for Bafana coach Baxter
Come next week, Stuart Baxter may well be looking at his future prospects with the national side with a good degree of scepticism. He can avoid...
Libya's militias agree to UN ceasefire in Tripoli
Libya's militias agree to UN ceasefire in Tripoli
The United Nations on Tuesday said that armed militias have agreed to a ceasefire with the government....
Clampdowns in Africa carry a big cost
Clampdowns in Africa carry a big cost
The tactics of the Tanzanian government are still a far cry from the old-school, die-hard tactics in some other countries, where the government...
South Africa is on a perilous path to making criminals of people on the move
South Africa is on a perilous path to making criminals of people on the move
Over the past decade, the world has been marked by increasingly restrictive responses by states to people on the move. Governments frame asylum...
Europe's energy giants reap benefits of oil price surge
Europe's energy giants reap benefits of oil price surge
Anglo-Dutch energy giant Royal Dutch Shell, French peer Total and Spain's Repsol on Thursday logged surging second-quarter net profits on the back...
Get out of your armchair and DO something to help others!
Get out of your armchair and DO something to help others!
As we kick into high gear to celebrate the centenary of Mandela, there is also a need to pause and reflect. As hundreds of projects under the...
Libya government: Oil exports by rival administration 'illegal'
Libya government: Oil exports by rival administration 'illegal'
Libya's UN-backed government warned on Tuesday that any new attempt by a rival administration in the east to export oil independently will be...
Why Libya’s new elections might not put the country back on track
Why Libya’s new elections might not put the country back on track
Libya has been politically unstable since 2011 when a successful uprising against Muammar Gaddafi’s longstanding regime left a power vacuum. A transitional government was elected...
Sarkozy in hearing to determine go-ahead for fraud charges
Sarkozy in hearing to determine go-ahead for fraud charges
On Wednesday, former French president Nicolas Sarkozy will attend a hearing to determine whether he will stand trial on charges of unlawfully...
Clashes are on the rise between farmers and herdsmen in the Sahel
Clashes are on the rise between farmers and herdsmen in the Sahel
As fireworks were lighting up the skies to usher in the New Year across the world, gunfire was echoing out in Nigeria’s Benue State. On this...
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Thousands of African refugees and migrants are trapped in Libya, where they are exposed to enslavement, torture and rape. A vast network of...
Nigerians relive Libyan nightmare
Nigerians relive Libyan nightmare
On October 3, a charter plane carrying 140 Nigerians took off from Tripoli, Libya. A few hours later, it touched down at the Murtala Muhammed...

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