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ISIS using European faces to advertise global Jihad
Opinion

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ISIS strategy places a much heav­ier emphasis on foreign recruit­ment compared to its main Islamist rival, Jabhat al-Nusra.

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ISIS expands reach in Libyan vacuum
Libya Politics

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Libyan sources tell The Arab Weekly that ISIS fighters are progressing towards key oilfields and water main lines.
Islamic State (ISIS) propagan­da tells supporters unable to reach the killing fields of Syria and Iraq to make for Libya in­stead.

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Migrants labour in Libya to keep dream of Europe alive
Economics

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Like thousands of other mi­grants, Elias is labouring in Libya to scrape together enough cash to pay people traffickers for perilous journey across Mediterranean.

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Impact of US and Algerian positions on Libya crisis
Algeria Politics

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Wrong-headed policies of both United States and Algeria have served to exacerbate crisis in Libya.
The Libyan crisis is worsening day after day, despite the fact that Libyan society largely lacks the type of ethnic and sectar­ian divisions noted in Iraq, Syria or Yemen.

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US leadership conspicuously absent on Libya crisis
Libya Politics

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Solution to abetting illegal immigration lies in Libya and world powers must take initiative to push for remedy there.
The European Union had an emergency meeting on April 23rd to address the rise in illegal migration and its humanitarian implica­tions.

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What’s next for Libya?
Libya Politics

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UN Special Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon has been trying to herd the scattered Libyan politicians of all politi­cal shades around the table in or­der to negotiate a peace treaty of sorts, put an end to the fighting and establish a unity government that can keep the country together and enable it to serve as a credible member of the international com­munity.

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Egyptians in Libya - to flee or to stay?
Libya Politics

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The roundabouts in the Libyan capital of Tripoli have long been a place for Egyptians to find work. Every day, carpenters, builders, plumbers and decorators sit and wait, each man carrying the tools of his trade to make it easier for prospective employers.

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Libyan businessmen gather in Brussels to discuss economic situation
Economics

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Businessmen from across Libya attended a meeting hosted by the EU in Brussels on 9 March, during which they addressed issues related to the economic recovery and development of Libya including macro-fiscal sustainability, public financial management,

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Libya’s arms pursuit illustrates geo-political alignments
Libya Politics

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Even as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) rises further in Libya, looming ever closer to Southern Europe, there is a widening arms race to supply the various sides - Tripoli aka Libya Dawn and Tobruk aka Libya Dignity - from various corners of the region.

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Libya, a new terror theatre in a larger arena
Libya Politics

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The horrifying seaside slaughter of 20 innocent Egyptian Copts and one Ghanaian opens a new chapter in the war against wanton terrorist violence, whose perpetrators are hell-bent on pushing Islam—as a whole—on a collision course with world civilizations.

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What next for Libya?
Libya Politics

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If any further evidence was needed of the importance of ending the power struggle that has plunged Libya into chaos since last summer, it was the reminder this week that sympathisers of the so-called Islamic State (IS) are keen to exploit the resulting power vacuum.

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Libya aid push constrained by insecurity
Libya Politics

Libya aid push constrained by insecurity

A wave of violence between militia groups vying for power is sweeping across parts of Libya, prompting international organizations to put forth an ambitious plan to provide humanitarian aid to 85,000 people by the end of this year.

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Lingering psychological trauma three years after Libya’s uprising
Libya Politics

Lingering psychological trauma three years after Libyas uprising

In Hay El-Islami, a poor neighbourhood in western Tripoli, two groups of children are facing off. The first is led by a 10-year-old whipping a strip of plastic. About 30 metres down the dusty, unpaved street, their rivals wait with wooden sticks.

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