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Tunisia's Prime Minister Habib Essid at the UN General Assembly in New York

Tunisia calls for dialogue in Libya Subscription

30 September 2015 | By

Essid says International support and dialogue are solutions to regional crises

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Morocco urban transport

Challenging journey for Maghreb transport Subscription

11 August 2015 | By Paul Melly

While governments have major investments planned to develop their transport infrastructure, many local and cross-border hurdles still lie ahead

Members of Libyan pro-government forces, which is backed by the locals, look on in an army camp, in Benghazi on 1 February. Violent clashes between Libyan pro-government forces and the Shura Council of Libyan Revolutionaries, an alliance of former anti-Ga

Gaddafi’s son sentenced to death Subscription

28 July 2015 | By

Son of former Libyan leader sentenced to death in absentia

Eni looks to boost oil output in Libya

Four kidnapped near Eni complex in Libya Subscription

20 July 2015 | By

Italian construction workers abducted

Conflict: Militias affiliated with the two coalitions have seen frequent clashes since the election

Reconciliation hopes fade Subscription

14 July 2015 | By

The ongoing violence in Libya looks likely to continue, with no signs of reconciliation between the two warring governments

Libya in talks to reopen oil fields

Libya in talks to reopen oil fields Subscription

30 June 2015 | By

Officials and tribal leaders are taking part in negotiations

Bernardino Leon, the UN secretary-general’s special representative for Libya

UN sees progress in Libya peace talks Subscription

30 June 2015 | By

Special representative says parties are moving towards a deal

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Prime minister Abdullah al-Thani

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Tunisia assault

Cooperating to protect Maghreb economies Subscription

11 August 2015

Maghreb governments must work together to ensure extremists are repelled from their borders without disrupting economic growth

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