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- South Africa: State-owned utility Eskom aims to stabilise grid by end-March after blackouts Pres Ramaphosa
- Ethiopia to Get $3 Billion Loan From World Bank
- Collared Elephant Killed as Botswana Prepares to Issue 272 Hunting Licenses
- Algeria’s Electoral Commission Proclaims Former PM Tebboune Winner of Presidential Election
- Panel of Experts Recommends Intercepting and Searching of Vessels Carrying Arms to Libya
Friday, March 4, 2016 – 06:29
The United States delivered eight Black Hawk helicopters to Jordan on Thursday to help its regional ally defend itself against the threat of Islamic State militants, Jordanian and U.S. officials said.
Monday, December 7, 2015 – 06:37
Groups that have received support from the United States or its allies have turned their guns on each other in a northern corner of Syria, highlighting the difficulties of mobilizing forces on the ground against Islamic State.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 – 05:38
Rebels battling the Syrian army and its allies near Aleppo said on Monday they had received new supplies of U.S.-made anti-tank missiles from states opposed to President Bashar al-Assad since the start of a major government offensive last week.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014 – 06:15
ordan beefed up its border defenses with Iraq on Sunday after Sunni gunmen seized territory close to its border in Anbar province.
Friday, October 18, 2013 – 10:12
The militia rivalries mirror a struggle within Libya’s fragile government, where the secular tribal alliance controls the defense ministry and the Islamist-leaning Libya Shield Force works under the interior ministry.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 – 07:32
The federalists do not have widespread support for full autonomy, and often appear to use federalism more for leverage against Tripoli, according to analysts, local officials and diplomats.
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 – 09:17
The political arm of Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood called on Prime Minister Ali Zeidan to resign, accusing him of failing to tackle corruption or build a united national army in a country riven by tribal rivalries.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 – 12:09
Armed groups, security guards and oil workers with tribal loyalties have shut down pipelines and oil ports across the country.