How a decade of conflict and division put Libya in peril of disaster

Entire neighborhoods leveled. Bridges and roads shattered. Electricity lines downed. Hospitals overwhelmed by casualties. Bodies left lying in the streets. Mass graves filling with corpses. The scenes of devastation in eastern Libya... Read more »

10,000 missing after Libya floods: Red Cross

    Thousands of people have been reported missing following a deadly rainstorm in Libya, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said Tuesday. « We confirm from our independent sources of... Read more »

Death toll from Morocco earthquake nears 2,500

The death toll from a deadly earthquake in Morocco has risen to 2,497 people, according to the country’s Interior Ministry on Monday. In a statement, the ministry said 2,476 other people were... Read more »

Thousands affected by powerful quake in Morocco’s Marrakech: WHO

    Morocco’s deadly earthquake has affected more than 300,000 people in Marrakech city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Saturday. At least 820 were killed and... Read more »

Final déclaration of the forum “Changes in Tunisia and the European Maghreb Countries in 2023: The economic and security situation new Threats.”

The closing statement of the forum “Changes in Tunisia and the European Maghreb Countries in 2023: The economic and security situation threatens to explode and collapse.” – 35,000 Tunisians immigrated illegaly to... Read more »

Why the Turkish-Libyan MOU has enraged Libyans and regional countries

On Monday, 3 October, Tripoli received a large, high-level Turkish delegation headed by Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, and included Turkiye’s Energy, Defence and Trade ministers. In a news conference following the talks,... Read more »

The Non-Alignment Posture of Algeria’s Foreign Policy ..By Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

By Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui, Chairman of The map of geopolitical alliances is being reshaped following the Russia-Ukraine Crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic. With the potential development of a multi-polar world, Algeria... Read more »

AFRAS, NDAW et Tunisie Skills conférence : Elections libyennes Conflits Algériens – Marocains et Transformations régionales.. Par Kamel Ben Younes

Will Tunisia, the countries of the Maghreb and the Sahel and Sahara region be entitled to a period of stability, economic recovery, sustainable development and democratization? This question was recently addressed by... Read more »

Son of Libyan Strongman Haftar Visited Israel, Seeking Diplomatic Ties for Military Aid

With Libyan presidential elections set for late December, Saddam Haftar touched down in Tel Aviv last week for a secret meeting. Could Israeli normalization with Libya be on the horizon? Last Monday,... Read more »

Algeria Fears Tunisia Becoming an ‘8th Emirate’ of the UAE .. By Sami Hamdi

In the spirit of non-intervention in the affairs of others, Algeria is not against Kais Saied’s intervention as much as it is against any scenario that leads to the UAE exerting disproportionate... Read more »