Thursday, April 26, 2018

Tag: LIBYA

UN: 64 Migrants Probably Died In Mediterranean...

ROME (AP) — As many as 64 migrants are feared dead after a traffickers' overcrowded rubber dinghy from Libya started sinking in the Mediterranean...

10 Reasons the Enslavement of Africans in...

African people are being sold into slavery in Libya. It should be alarming to all Black people around the world.

More Than 100 Refugees Found Drowned Off...

More than 100 bodies of refugees have been found after their boat apparently capsized, drowning presumably all on board. Around 880 people have drowned...

UNHCR Report: An Estimated 500 African Migrants...

Up to 500 migrants trying to reach Europe may have drowned off north Africa last week, the United Nations' refugee agency and an aid...

Top 10 African Countries with the Most...

10. Algeria– 4,100 Millionaires With a socialist-leaning government and a population of 38.8 million, Algeria has produced 4,100 millionaires, according to a report by AfrAsia...

Libya and Sudan Strengthen Military Collaboration

Libya and Sudan have agreed to strengthen their military collaboration, according to the Sudanese news agency SUNA. They have also agreed, it says, that Sudan...

Libya’s Militias Now in Control of Most...

Libya's militias have captured most government ministries in the capital, Tripoli, the government has said. Armed men had blocked staff from entering offices, it added...

EU Faces ‘Humanitarian Catastrophe’ as Thousands Risk...

In a scenario remarkably similar to recent events in the United States, the European Union is grappling with a growing crisis in which thousands...

17 African Migrants Drown After Boat Capsizes...

At least 17 people died when a boat carrying hundreds of migrants sank in waters between Libya and southern Italy, navy officials say. About 200...

Libyan Military Plane Carrying Medical Patients Crashes...

A Libyan military plane carrying medical patients has crashed near Tunisia's capital, killing all 11 crew and passengers on board, Tunisian authorities said. Libyan media...

US Captures Al-Qaeda Leader in Libya

According to Al-Jazeera: "A senior Libyan Al-Qaeda figure wanted by the United States for his alleged role in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies...

Italian Divers Resume Search After 300 Drown...

Italian divers searched on Friday for bodies trapped in the wreck of a boat packed with African migrants that sank off Sicily, killing an estimated 300...

Arab Allies Refuse to Support US Attack...

As the Western drum beats war threats against Syria, the Obama administration is having difficulty convincing its Arab allies to publicly support military intervention. According...

How Islamist Militancy Threatens Africa

With Islamist militant groups across the Sahara region still able to flex their muscles despite the French intervention in Mali, former UN diplomat and...

2 Wounded in French Embassy Attack in...

The first images are emerging of an explosion that struck the French Embassy in the Libyan capital of Tripoli. At 7 a.m. local time, a...

With Susan Rice Out, Sen. John Kerry...

Now that the matter of Susan Rice has been settled with the UN Ambassador removing her name from consideration as President Obama's next Secretary...

Susan Rice Withdraws Name from Secretary of...

UN Ambassador Susan Rice has become another casualty of the nasty dysfunctional street brawl that politics in Washington has become, sending President Obama a...

Susan Rice to Meet with Senate Enemies,...

Of all the criticisms Republicans have thrown at UN Ambassador Susan Rice in recent weeks, they can never say she backs away from a...

In Attacks on Susan Rice, GOP Reveals...

The drama surrounding the possible nomination of UN Ambassador Susan Rice as President Obama's Secretary of State is a fascinating test for the Republican...

Obama Pressed on Libya Attack, While Glenn...

Courtesy of Glenn Beck and Fox News White House reporter Ed Henry, the Obama White House continued to deal yesterday with the David Petraeus...

Gaddafi Family Flees Algeria, Frustrated with Restrictions

The harrowing ordeal of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's children over the past year just got worse, as the family decided to flee Algeria, where they...