Tuesday,23 October, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1414, (18 - 24 October 2018 )
Tuesday,23 October, 2018
Issue 1414, (18 - 24 October 2018 )

Ahram Weekly

Kamel Abdallah

After a brief period of calm, Libya’s capital has fallen again into militia violence, with the

With new economic reforms, and new security measures, Libya’s government is attempting to shor

Tripoli is back to relative peace, but the capital remains a microcosm of the wider political agreem

The recent outbreak of conflict among militias in Tripoli has thrown into question security understa

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Libyan plan fails

UN Special Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salamé is no closer to implementing his work plan on the Li

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Still divided

Despite Khalifa Haftar’s supposed approval of the Paris Declaration, his move to hand control

The re-emergence of Libyan warlord Ibrahim Al-Jadhran leaves deep and lingering questions over the p

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No deal yet

France’s initiative on Libya ended in the Paris Declaration, but little else, writes Kamel Abd

UN efforts to reach a political deal in Libya are under strain amid entwined international economic

Last weekend’s local elections in Tunisia saw victory for the Islamist Ennahda Party, writes K

UN Envoy Ghassan Salamé is determined to see elections in Libya before the end of the year, b

Libya’s political players are manoeuvring for greater influence and possibly a new national ac

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