Martin Kobler

The Libya Effect

North Africa and  Europe are threatened by Libya’s instability By Nicholas Noe Five years on from the start of the Arab Spring, North Africa seems to be experiencing its worst security breakdown since the end of colonialism in the 1950s and early 1960s. In Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, the government is fighting a wide-ranging, counter-insurgency battle

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Libya’s Presidential Council Calls for Transfer of Power to Unity Government

By Aidan Lewis TUNIS, March 13 – Libya’s U.N.-backed Presidential Council called on Saturday on the country’s institutions to begin a transfer of authority to a unity government, and appealed to the international community to stop dealing with any rival powers. The Presidential Council is tasked with guiding through a transition to end the political

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