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- Libya: Tripoli Clashes Situational Report No.16 (As of 23 April 2019)
- Libya: Thousands seek shelter in health clinics from Tripoli fighting, UN warns
- Briefing: What’s behind talk of a ‘migratory crisis’ in Spain
- Security Council Adopts Resolution Calling upon Belligerents Worldwide to Adopt Concrete Commitments on Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict
- Jheinawi: Ongoing War Has Dire Consequences on Tripoli and the Region
The Islamic State terror group on Tuesday claimed responsibility for the deadly Easter terror attack in Sri Lanka, framing it as revenge against the Crusader coalition countries which defeated the terror group's self-declared caliphate in Syria last month.
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Nobel laureate and former Islamic State captive Nadia Murad reproached the international community Tuesday, saying in the five years since thousands of ethnic Yazidi women were enslaved by the terror group in Iraq, not a single perpetrator has been brought …Read more
North Korea has directed a wave of criticism at top White House officials, as talks with the United States have stalled. But one person Pyongyang hasn't criticized: Donald Trump.
The pattern reflects North Korea's apparent preference to continue negotiating directly …Read more
As the White House mulls new travel restrictions on countries with high visa overstay rates, activists say African asylum-seekers may feel the consequences.
The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the Trump administration was weighing rules aimed at nationals of …Read more
In March, an estimated 750 migrants arrived in Abusliem from neighbouring municipalities. Reportedly, the newly arrived migrants were looking for work opportunities.
An estimated 700 migrants arrived in Ain Zara in March, and while some were transiting …Read more
Violations of International Humanitarian Law remain of grave concern as indiscriminate attacks against civilians and medical facilities and personnel continue. Indiscriminate violence, particularly rocket and mortar attacks, have occurred in and around Tripoli, increasingly impacting residential areas. These incidents …Read more
Philippine diplomats have started evacuating a small group of Filipinos from the Libyan capital after it was hit by a barrage of rocket fire that wounded one Filipino, officials said Thursday.
Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Emmanuel Fernandez said in …Read more
The fighting between Libya's rival factions for control of the country's capital this month killed 205 people so far, the World Health Organization said, announcing it would deploy medical specialists, including surgeons, to treat the wounded.
The clashes, which erupted …Read more