The armed grouped had previously seized ministry buildings in the capital of Tripoli
The attack between the neighbourhoods of Sakhur and Sheikh Khodr caused widespread damage
The usual complaint among businessmen and entrepreneurs is the back-breaking system of procedures and red tape in our country
Libya's internationally recognized parliament has held a swearing-in ceremony for the 10-member Cabinet,
Government employees said delays in promotions are unfair and unjust especially in light of the high cost of living
The Arab League has stopped short of explicitly backing ongoing U.S. air strikes on the IS militants
The Trade and Industry Ministry is promoting specialty toilet paper for emergency use
Among the new faces is Hassan al-Nuri, who failed election run against Assad in this year's June 3 vote
At the same press conference, Electricity Minister Mohamed Shaker and Petroleum Minister Ashraf Ismail explained how the crisis would be tackled
the number of visa overstayers had dramatically decreased to a rate of 0.01 percent of total Umrah visitors thanks to an electronic system.
Saad al-Hariri, Lebanon’s most influential Sunni politician, has been in self-imposed exile between France and Saudi Arabia
The UAE is expected to issue its first ever federal government bonds before 2018 to help the country's banks meet global liquidity rules
"Israel is not in any way responsible for injury or damage that may occur as a result of field reporting."
The majority of experts are generally optimistic about Internet freedom, but a significant number expressed concerns
Nuri al-Maliki is seen by Sunnis and Kurds as the main obstacle to resolving the crisis and hope he will step aside
Parliament speaker Nabih Berri said he would postpone a vote for a new president until July 23
Iraq's Maliki rules out forming a national emergency government to resolve the Sunni militant offensive
Politicians from the March 8 coalition, which supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, boycotted Monday’s parliamentary session
The unity government is meant to end a rift that broke open when Hamas seized Gaza in 2007
Call by Christine Lagarde to phase out subsidy systems worth $237 billion a year gets cautious response
Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy said the practice was one ‘accepted by the framers’ of the Constitution
A new mural, supposedly by famed ghost graffitist Banksy, has been spotted in the British city of Cheltenham
Government snooping on the internet is ‘tremendously disappointing’, Page says
The majority opposed government restrictions on online activity in 22 of 24 surveyed countries
Congres, tax payers and dictarors can step aside. Obama has another critic to answer to these days; Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The activists are accused of inciting people against security forces
The plan will use latest technologies to provide seamless access to government services
The country is under pressure from international leadesr to cut public spending and subsidies
Dmytro Bulatov flew out of Ukraine after a dramatic stand-off between opposition leaders and police
The UAE became the world’s seventh biggest per capita consumer of energy
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