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While the world's attention has been focused on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, the conflict in Syria has continued unabated, and with it the suffering of the Syrian people.
UN says Libya is Fueling Wars: Gulf and Western Powers Should be Held Accountable.
Blair's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan claimed the lives of more than 600 members of the armed services, and hundreds of thousands of civilians in those benighted countries When our boys finally come home from Afghanistan for Christmas, it will be the first time in 100 years that this country has not been at war.
North Korea on Thursday denied any responsibility for an oil tanker that loaded crude from a Libyan rebel-held port and fled the OPEC member state's attempt to seize it, saying the vessel that carried its flag was linked to an Egyptian firm.
The news that Libya's parliament dismissed Prime Minister Ali Zeidan from office on Wednesday after the government failed to stop armed groups in eastern Libya from exporting oil independently should not surprise anyone - over the past year, the country has slipped deeper into chaos.
Under the inept leadership of President Barack Obama and the bumbling diplomacy of Secretary of State John Kerry, the US is stumbling towards Cuban Missile Crisis redux.
UN experts say arms trafficking from Libya following the fall of Moammar Gaddafi, is fueling conflict, insecurity and terrorism on several continents.
This month on the anticorruption front, a New York court orders two former Siemens executives to pay record civil penalties in a bribery case involving the company's Argentina business; Canada prosecutes former executives from an engineering giant for bribery in Libya; and a European chemical company pays nearly USD 50 million to settle bribery ... (more)
TRIPOLI, Libya - The ousted prime minister fled Libya to Europe after parliament voted him out, leaving behind a country that risks being torn apart as the fault line between its eastern and western regions broke open Wednesday to a degree unseen since the 2011 civil war that ousted longtime strongman Moammar Gadhafi.
A North Korean-flagged oil tanker appears to have loaded oil at Libyan rebel-held Es Sider oil terminal southwest of Benghazi and escaped Libyan Navy pursuit.
Shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles have been trafficked out of Libya to Chad, Mali, Tunisia, Lebanon and likely Central African Republic, with attempts made to send them to Syrian opposition groups, according to a U.N. report on Tuesday.
Libya's parliament ousted the prime minister in a Tuesday vote of confidence, after his government was embarrassed this week when a militia controlling an eastern port defied Tripoli's authority by trying to sell oil.
Libya's parliament voted to oust Prime Minister Ali Zeidan on Tuesday after months of political infighting that has crippled the North African country.
An early lead in public opinion on Twitter confers a big advantage, particularly as public opinion tends to settle quickly on social and political issues.
Libya's parliament, the General National Congress, has ordered the creation of a new military force charged exclusively with "liberating" oil ports from rebel factions.