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Copts held in Libya by people smugglers freed

Coptic Christian men whose relatives were abducted in Libya leave the foreign ministry in Cairo, Egypt, on Monday. (AP) Agence France Presse Published — Tuesday 6 January 2015 Last update…

Two die after fighter jet bombs Greek tanker in Libya

LONDON (MarketWatch) — Two crewmen have died after a Greek-owned oil tanker was bombed by an unidentified military fighter jet while anchored in Libya, media reports said Monday. The Liberian-flagged…

Air raids hit militia-held Misrata

TRIPOLI: Forces loyal to Libya’s internationally recognized government carried out their first air strikes Sunday against militia-held third city Misrata, a spokesman said.’ Col. Ahmed Mesmari said the strikes were…

Egypt, Sudan to coordinate on Libya unrest

Summary Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Sunday his country will work with Sudan to support Libya’s military against Islamic militants in a bid to restore stability to the two countries’…

Libya turmoil: Benghazi hit by air strikes and clashes

Gunfire and air strikes have been reported in Libya’s second city, Benghazi, amid an offensive to drive out Islamist militias. The offensive is said to involve forces loyal to ex-general…

UN chief calls for peace in Libya during surprise visit

The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, has called for peace in Libya during a surprise visit to Tripoli as part of a UN-brokered reconciliation process. On his first visit since…

British hostage David Bolam freed in Libya

British teacher David Bolam has been released after being held hostage by militants in Libya since May. The Foreign Office said Mr Bolam, who taught at the now-closed International School…

Another war to rearrange the ME

RAMZY BAROUD ARABNEWS.COM Published — Tuesday 16 September 2014 A few months ago, not many Americans, in fact Europeans as well, knew that a Yezidi community in fact existed in…

Migrant boat carrying 100 capsizes off Libya

Associated Press The Daily Star, Lebanon TRIPOLI, Libya: A Libyan coast guard official says a boat carrying more than 100 migrants has capsized off the coast near the capital. Abdel-Latif…

A political coming of age in the Gulf

Summary by Rami G. Khouri, The Daily Star, Lebanon The apparent airstrike against targets in Tripoli, Libya, last week by the air force of the United Arab Emirates, in conjunction…

Libya crisis: US ‘caught off-guard’ by air strikes

BBC News: The US was “caught off guard” by air strikes against Islamist militia in Libya, a senior official has told the BBC. The attacks on militia positions around Tripoli…

Libya crisis: Tensions rise as Tripoli airport seized

BBC News: An armed militia alliance in Libya has captured Tripoli’s international airport after a battle lasting nearly a month. Islamist-affiliated forces from Misrata and other cities took over the…

Libya crisis: Unidentified planes ‘bomb’ Tripoli

BBC News: Unidentified war planes may have carried out overnight air strikes on the Libyan capital Tripoli, according to local media. READ MORE…  …

Unidentified war planes bomb Libyan capital’s militant positions

Unidentified war planes flew over the Libyan capital, Tripoli, early Monday, followed by sounds of explosions before the situation abruptly returned to peace, according to witnesses. Reuters reports a local…

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on the World Wide Web

Source: ahmadiyya-islam.org | alislam.org ONLINE NETWORK Al Islam (International) Countries in Africa Mauritius (English) Tanzania (Swahili) Countries in Asia Bangladesh China India India (Gurmukhi, Punjabi) India (Malayalam) India (Tamil) Indonesia Japan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan…

Mideastern stability requires a new security consensus

June 19, 2014 12:11 AM By David Ignatius The Daily Star STORY SUMMARY Let’s look at the reality on the ground in the Middle East: Iraq and Syria are effectively…

ICRC: Red Cross worker killed in Libya

swissinfo.ch and agencies June 4, 2014 – 16:51 The Geneva-based International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has confirmed that one of its delegates, a Swiss citizen, had been killed…

In Libya and Yemen, tribes with flags

Story Summary by Rami Khouri In Libya and Yemen, two Arab countries that are experiencing complicated, slow-motion transitions to more representative and accountable rule, we can clearly see a structural…

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