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- LIBYA: NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER KILLED IN TRIPOLI CLASHES
- SCORES OF MIGRANTS UNACCOUNTED FOR AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES OFF LIBYA: IOM
- Reports: Shipwrecks in Mediterranean Kill 170 Migrants
- Ten Confirmed Dead, 10 Missing From Burning Ships Off Kerch Strait
- Egypt Says Clashes Kill 7 Troops, 59 Militants in Sinai
Tunisia halted all flights to Libya late last month as Islamist militias took over Tripoli International Airport and jeopardised operations at other locales across the strife-torn country.
The flight ban covered Mitiga, Misrata and Sirte airports.
According to the Tunisian …Read more
Yesterday, the world bore witness again to the unfathomable brutality of ISIL terrorist murderers when we saw Steven Sotloff, an American journalist who left home in Florida to tell the story of brave people in the Middle East, taken from…
Vienna, 3 September 2014 – On 2 September, the Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Yury Fedotov, met with Tunisian Minister of Interior, Lotfi Ben Jeddou.
During talks, Mr. Fedotov expressed UNODC’s firm …Read more
Far from the more dramatic headlines of the summer, pro-democracy protests have rocked Hong Kong. Unlike in mainland China, there is a strong protest culture in Hong Kong but these protests – and the underlying issues that belie them – …Read more
Professor Daya Reddy from South Africa is the new President-elect of the International Council for Science (ICSU). During the ICSU General Assembly held in Auckland, New Zealand, last week, Prof Reddy’s election was widely supported, voted for competitively by more …Read more
The Ministerial Enquiry on Nomzamo (Lwandle) evictions has invited all interested parties to assist in the formulation of recommendations. The Enquiry was appointed by Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu to investigate the evictions at Lwandle, in Cape Town. The …Read more
There is no space for non-performing public office bearers and government officials and those placed in positions of responsibility have to get their act together, says Eastern Cape Premier, Phumulo Masualle. “Citizens often complain that when they lodge complaints they …Read more
Aocate Pansy Tlakula on Tuesday tendered her resignation as the Chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). Tlakula made headlines ahead of the elections after Public Protector Thuli Madonsela found her “guilty of gross maladministration” for the lease agreement of …Read more