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The North Africa Journal
The North Africa Journal is a publication on North African affairs, focused on economic, security and political issues.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 20
Disgraced former Prime Minister Ahmed summoned by a judge on a series of alleged wrongdoings while in power. News was announced by state-owned TV. Also summoned is Finance Min. Loukal.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 20
Disgraced former Prime Minister Ahmed summoned by a judge on a series of alleged wrongdoings while in power. News was announced by state-owned TV. Also summoned is Finance Min. Loukal.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 20
Pressure growing on head of RND party Ahmed to resign. The disgraced Ouyahia was former Prime Minister of and he highly desliked by the population. Ongoing protest in front of RND HQ in . .
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The North Africa Journal Apr 20
Municipality of Bouzareah in first local government to refuse organizing elections. Mayor says he is fed up with central gov involvment and pressures from regime,
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The North Africa Journal Apr 19
Phone chat between 's warlord Haftar and US Prez Trump cements the position of Haftar as the now-defacto boss in Libya. A Gaddafi in the making.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 19
People of return to the streets for the 9th consecutive Friday. Showdown with rejected government will continue. Police presence diminished considerably, bodes well for protesters. . Photo: Liberte Newspaper.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 18
Opinion: : The collapsing central state and the inevitable fall of the house of cards:
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The North Africa Journal Apr 18
braces for long-term authoritarian regime:
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The North Africa Journal Apr 18
Gloom and doom scenario in :
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The North Africa Journal Apr 13
3 ministers traveled to Bechar for a working visit and were chased like rabbits by an angry population. They escaped thanks to unprecedented security detail. It’s one thing to try to cling to power, it’s another to govern as an illegitimate ruler.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
reported to have agreed to pay for Haftar's attack on 's .
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
police using violence, teargas, water cannons and rubber bullets against kids, elderly and all protesters, all this to protect illegitimate regime.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
spending billions in trying to keep its influence on the with thousands of troops there. It now faces the potential of a major loss of influence in and with its support of the wrong horses, including warlord Haftar and FLN regime.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
's La Repubblica said 's Haftar dispatched envoys to meet leaders hours before he attacked on April 4.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
Situation in and near , not encouraging. Thousands fled their homes as fighters of warlord Haftar continue to battle fighters protecting Tripoli. is supporting Haftar attack, after it blocked an statement calling for the warlord to stop his war.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
What is wrong with the picture? None of these rulers managed to end their career in honor. They have all betrayed their people. , , , , , .
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
protests r proof that the current regime is no longer legit in the eyes of . It is "mission impossible" for the interim gov & for Gen.Gaid Salah to justify status quo. Decision makers in the current regime must look beyond their own interests. .
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
police using not only water cannon but also the nasty LRAD (Long-Range Acoustic Device), which can blast a pain-inducing 150-decibel beam of sound. The stuff is illegal in most countries.
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
Folks walked over 100 miles to bypass gendarmerie’s blocking of highways linking , , and join the protest movement in the capital. .
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The North Africa Journal Apr 12
state tv broadcasting live the current protests, first time ever the gov TV shows anti-gov movement. .
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