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  • Tunisia, Egypt halt Libya flights over security fears

    TRIPOLI/BENGHAZI (Reuters) - Tunisia and Egypt's Cairo airport halted most flights to and from Libya on Thursday for security reasons, officials said, days after the Libyan government said unidentified war planes had attacked positions of armed groups...
  • Militants blame U.S. for their apparent beheading of U.S. journalist

    A video posted online Tuesday purported to show the beheading of an American journalist by the militant group Islamic State, nearly two years after the reporter disappeared in Syria. The video, which was posted on YouTube and later taken down, shows a...
  • Mother mourns U.S. journalist purportedly beheaded by Sunni militants

    (Reuters) - The mother of American journalist James Foley, who was purportedly beheaded by Islamic militants, said on Tuesday her son gave his life to expose the suffering of the Syrian people and she asked his kidnappers to release their other captives....
  • Islamic State says beheads U.S. journalist, holds another

    BAGHDAD/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State insurgents released a video on Tuesday purportedly showing the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley, who had gone missing in Syria nearly two years ago, and images of another U.S. journalist whose life they...
  • As Obama pushes more Africa trade, security concerns loom

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama wants to persuade Americans to look beyond Africa's image of hunger and disease as he hosts a first-of-its-kind meeting of leaders of nearly all of Africa's nations this week. But as he pushes Americans to invest...
  • New Iraq mission's tough question: What does US do if Islamic State survives?

    WASHINGTON As the United States announced its first airstrikes inside Iraq nearly three years after the military had furled its colors in Baghdad and declared the war complete, it sought to minimize fears that the latest effort could lead to "mission...
  • Iraq's turmoil continues to plague Obama

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama proudly embraces a foreign policy that, after a decade of war, includes a resistance to military action in hotspots around the globe. That reluctance was no more apparent than in Iraq, where thousands of American died in...
  • Steven A. Cook: Only Arabs, not U.S., can solve their identity crisis

    Steven A. Cook: Only Arabs, not U.S., can solve their identity crisis
    Yes, Nouri al-Maliki stubbornly refused to govern inclusively in Iraq. Yes, the rule of Syria's Assad family has been brutal. And yes, Moammar Gadhafi left Libyans with little in the way of national institutions when he fell. But the pathologies of...
  • Combates continúan en Libia pese a llamados a cese al fuego

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Los combates entre las facciones que se enfrentan en Libia continuaban en varias partes de la capital Trípoli el domingo, haciendo caso omiso a los llamados internacionales para acordar un alto al fuego que permita poner fin a más de...
  • Estallan combates en capital libia mientras enviado de la ONU prepara visita

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Intensos combates estallaron el sábado entre milicias rivales en la capital de Libia, horas después de que un nuevo enviado especial de la ONU dijese que planea visitar Trípoli tan pronto como la próxima semana para intentar negociar...
  • U.N. chief Ban names Spanish diplomat as new Libya envoy

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday named Spanish diplomat Bernardino Leon as the world body's special envoy to Libya, which is experiencing the worst fighting between armed factions since the 2011 fall of Muammar...
  • Libia espera reanudar exportaciones petroleras en puerto Es Sider "en pocos días"

    (Reuters) - Libia reanudará "en pocos días" las exportaciones de petróleo desde su puerto más grande, Es Sider, luego de que permaneciera cerrado durante casi un año por protestas, dijo el jueves un funcionario de la estatal National Oil Corporation (NOC)...