Aug. 29, 2016, 11:33 p.m.
Last updated : Aug. 29, 2016, 11:33 p.m.
In Tripoli, where it finally took its quarters, unpopular Fayez al-Sarraj is scrutinized with disbelief.
Libyans: the proof will be in the pudding
Ivory Coast: A bean that’s got stuck...
Can we live without islamists?
Islamism ? "It’s a dangerous word which makes more noise than it enlightens".
Libya: a race against time
The terrorist tumour in Libya calls urgently for an appropriate remedy before the country wastes away further.
Salma Elloumi Rekik: “rebuilding Tunisia’s image”
2015 will surely remain a black year for Tunisia’s tourist industry. No question of giving up.
Mokhtar Belmokhtar: one-eyed man with a vision
Reported dead many times, Washington has put a 5 million dollar price on his head, and he is in the IS line of fire.
Some 40% of the cocoa beans trading on international markets come from Ivory Coast.
Is South Sudan opposition leader Machar in DRC?
Al Bashir Directs to Shutdown Gulen-Linked Businesses in Sudan
When the dollar is a weapon
When the leading world power exploits it currency, many are forced to pay out. Not to mention the collateral damage…
African Union 27th Summit to Elect President, 2 Deputies and 8 Commissioners
Bolt triumphs amid high Olympic drama
Manama Pray for peace
Hezbollah under pressure on the syrian scene
The Lebanese Shiite party, a key ally of Bashar al-Assad’s regime, is now heavily engaged on the Syrian scene in the fight.
Iran-Saudi tensions: a paroxysm too far?
In the Middle East, two theocracies have historically vied to knock each other out: Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Jean Marcou: "an independent Kurdistan? That's unlikely!"
"The Kurdish Question"! Everyone’s talking about it but what do we really know? We went looking for answers, to Prof. Marcou.
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