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Clashes between armed groups erupted overnight in Tripoli, according to local media reports, the latest violence to hit the Libyan capital.
Gunfire and explosions were overhead around 1 a.m. Saturday (2300 GMT) in the city.
The fighting, with light and heavy weapons, occurred in the El Jebs district in the city’s south…

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A Moroccan court imposed 8-month prison sentences Thursday on 14 migrants for attempting, along with hundreds of others, to scale a border fence separating the north African country from the autonomous Spanish enclave of Melilla in June.
Nador’s Court of First Instance also ordered the defendants to pay 2,000-dirham ($194) fines…

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A Lebanese archbishop who carried more than $460,000 from Israel to Lebanon is at the center of the latest sectarian showdown in crisis-hit Lebanon, and the case could even spill over into presidential politics.
The situation has ramped up discord between two powerful political camps: Lebanon’s Shiite Muslim Hezbollah group and…

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A year after Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi took power, his government has curbed the Covid pandemic but faces a sharp downturn of the sanctions-hit economy as nuclear talks remain stalled.
Having pledged to help especially the poor, the ultraconservative cleric now faces runaway consumer prices that have sparked protests.
Raisi was elected…

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The US official mediating a maritime border dispute between Lebanon and Israel said on Monday he remained optimistic about making progress toward a deal and looked forward to returning to the region to make a “final arrangement.”
Amos Hochstein made the comments after meeting Lebanon’s top leaders at the presidential palace…

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In January, the drought which has stalked Iraq for the past three years caused water levels at Mosul dam in the north of the country to drop to their lowest levels since it was built in 1986. But, as the water receded, something unexpected emerged from beneath the surface.

To…

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Tunisian terrorists confirmed, according to the documentary prepared by journalist Nahid Zerwati, entitled “Recruits on Demand”, which was shown on the Algerian channel Al-Shorouk and followed by Al-Marsad newspaper in their confessions that the Muslim Brotherhood and the Tunisian Ennahda Party were aware of their jihadist activities and they helped…

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India looks forward to pumping additional investments into Egypt amounting to about $700 million in the coming few years.
Ajit Gupte told a meeting of Egyptian and Indian businessmen in Cairo that Indian investments in Egypt currently stand at $3.15 billion.
He said Indian companies are implementing a number of important…

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The European Union’s foreign policy chief said on Tuesday he has proposed a new draft text to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, saying there is no room left for further major compromises.

“I have now put on the table a text that addresses, in precise detail, the sanctions lifting…

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Mooreanna

Mooreanna

Hi my name is Anna writing mainly about middle east Politics / Editor /Psychologist