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Mauritania Targets Cybercrime

By Bakari Gueye Nouakchott hosted two conferences last week aimed at improving Mauritania’s overall security. The first seminar examined issues

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Mauritania Backs Mali Heritage Preservation

By Bakari Gueye President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz of Mauritania is calling for a swift resolution of the Mali crisis

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Leadership Change Rocks Mali

By Jemal Oumar One day after the European Union announced plans for a large-scale military training mission in Mali, Interim

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Iraq Postpones Libyan Executions

By Essam Mohamed Iraqi judicial authorities on Sunday (December 9th) postponed the execution of two Libyan nationals held on terror

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Tunisia: Leaders To Discuss Cabinet Reshuffle

By Monia Ghanmi and Mona Yahia Tunisia’s governing troika is set to discuss President Moncef Marzouki’s proposal to reshuffle the

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Social Issues 

Extremism Threatens Tunisia Schools

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By Houda Trabelsi Education professionals and parents are increasingly concerned about illegal kindergartens, private schools and Qur’anic schools in Tunisia.

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Libya Embraces Amazigh Culture

By Essam Mohamed The Libyan Amazigh stronghold of Jadu held a cultural festival in November to celebrate the richness and

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AQIM Uses Hostages For Leverage In Mali

By Jemal Oumar and Bakari Gueye Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) and the Movement for Tawhid and Jihad in

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Libya Announces New National Oil Company

By Essam Mohamed Libyan Minister of Oil Abdulbari al-Arusi on Thursday (November 29th) held a meeting with the local council

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Libya Gives Tunisia Financial Boost

By Monia Ghanmi and Houda Trabelsi Tunisia has just received a 200-million dinar (98 million euros) development package from Libya.

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