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First rights trial since 2011 revolt opens in Tunisia

First rights trial since 2011 revolt opens in Tunisia

A Tunisian court Tuesday heard the first round of cases brought by a commission probing human rights violations stretching back six decades, with 14 former officials, including the ousted dictator, on trial. The Truth and Dignity Commission (IVD) was set up in 2014 following the revolt...

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Paris conference seeks political roadmap for lawless Libya

Paris conference seeks political roadmap for lawless Libya

Libya's rival leaders are meeting in Paris to agree on a political roadmap including elections, in an effort to bring order to Libya's chaos, which is feeding Islamist militants, traffics of all kind and instability in the region. Representatives of twenty countries, including Libya's...

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Paris conference on Libya risks being 'counterproductive': ICG

Paris conference on Libya risks being 'counterproductive': ICG

 A Paris conference seeking a political roadmap for Libya is at risk of being "counterproductive" for the conflict-riven country, the International Crisis Group warned Monday on the eve of the gathering. The conference will bring together Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, head of...

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Libya breakthrough to be sought at Paris conference

Libya breakthrough to be sought at Paris conference

Libya's rival leaders are expected in Paris next Tuesday under pressure to agree to a political roadmap for the war-struck country that could see elections held before the end of 2018, according to the French presidency. The major international conference dedicated to the oil-rich north...

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