Saturday,19 January, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)
Saturday,19 January, 2019
Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)

Ahram Weekly

Kamel Abdallah

Tensions are continuing to mount between the secularist Nidaa Tounes and the Islamist Ennahda partie

Continued jockeying between Libya’s bifurcated authorities might scupper UN plans to bring all

The Tunisian government’s approval of a new law on gender equality in inheritance is a challen

After five months of stumbling diplomacy rival Libyan factions have agreed a roadmap that offers hop

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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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

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