Established by Fathi Ibrahim Bayoud 2005 - Homs

Home >> The Arab World

UN Libya talks in Geneva begin without opposition

UN Libya talks in Geneva begin without opposition

 UN-backed peace talks with one of the two formal sides of Libya's warring factions started on Wednesday in Geneva in an effort to end the country's political and security crisis. "We are starting a process, it’s going to be a long process,...

read more
 Aid agencies fear Libya public services collapse, hospitals suffer

Aid agencies fear Libya public services collapse, hospitals suffer

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Falling oil revenues and intensifying fighting across  Libya  mean the humanitarian situation is worsening and basic public services may collapse, aid agencies said. Three years after the overthrow and killing of Muammar Gaddafi, two...

read more
Iraq: 30 ISIL, four Peshmerga killed in clashes

Iraq: 30 ISIL, four Peshmerga killed in clashes

   At least 30 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants and four Iraqi Peshmerga fighters were killed in clashes in northern Iraq Saturday, a Peshmerga source said. All the casualties took place in Kuwair village located 40 miles (65 kilometers) south of Erbil city....

read more
Tunisia blogger who 'defamed army' denied bail

Tunisia blogger who 'defamed army' denied bail

A Tunisian military court Tuesday denied bail for a blogger who is appealing his three-year jail sentence for defaming the army -- a case that has alarmed rights campaigners. The court scheduled the next hearing for Yassine Ayari on January 20. Ayari, 33, was...

read more
X :Latest News
U.S. imposes fresh Iran-related sanctions targeting individual, entity      Syria Insight: Idlib comes under focus after Turkish troop movements      Lebanese crisis deepens Syrian refugee misery      France protests: Injured Syrian photographer recounts police violence in Paris      Europe struggles with 2nd virus wave as winter arrives      France: Storm brews on giving more power to police      Iran ready to show goodwill if US bide by nuclear deal: Zarif      Hundreds of Iraq civil servants protest delayed salaries