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  • What Libya's militia problem means for the Middle East, and the U.S.

    What Libya's militia problem means for the Middle East, and the U.S.
    President Obama has lamented not doing more to follow up on the 2011 intervention in Libya. As the U.S. builds its military campaign against Islamic State, extending airstrikes into Syria, it is not too late for Washington and its allies to heed the...
  • Islamic State blows away Gulf qualms about joining U.S. military action

    RIYADH/DUBAI (Reuters) - It is more than 23 years since Arab countries last made common cause to join U.S.-led military action, and it has taken the threat of Islamic State to persuade them that any public backlash in an already turbulent region is a...
  • Exclusive: Libya asks chemical weapons watchdog to remove stockpile - sources

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Libya has asked the global chemical weapons watchdog to draw up plans to ship a stockpile of 850 tonnes of chemicals overseas due to deteriorating security, sources have told Reuters. Diplomats and officials said that transporting...
  • Fighting, payment problems disrupt Libya's food imports

    TOBRUK/LONDON (Reuters) - Food prices have risen in Libya as payments problems, fighting and a breakdown in authority disrupt the usual import routes as the country spins out of control three years after the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi. Rice, vegetables...
  • Libya's parliament approves new government

    TOBRUK/BENGHAZI (Reuters) - Libya's elected parliament approved on Monday a new cabinet proposed by Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni, a parliamentary spokesman said. Libya is struggling with anarchy as two parliaments and governments compete for...
  • Enfrentamientos cerca de campo y refinería claves de Libia tras video de ministro impuesto por grupo armado

    BENGASI Libia (Reuters) - Soldados y policías se enfrentaron en el sur de Libia, cerca del yacimiento petrolífero El Sharara, el más grande del país, mientras que en el oeste se produjeron otros incidentes separados, no lejos de la refinería clave Zawiya,...
  • Congress expected to avoid vote on military action in Iraq, Syria

    Congress expected to avoid vote on military action in Iraq, Syria
    President Obama on Tuesday began a bid to convince congressional leaders — and the American people — of his strategy to defeat Islamic militants. But partisan divisions and political sensitivities in Congress make it unlikely lawmakers will...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'An Eye for Beauty'

    It's been a decade since Denys Arcand became the first French-Canadian director to win an Oscar for foreign-language film with his still-potent "The Barbarian Invasions," but watching his latest, "An Eye for Beauty," it feels like it's been much longer. ,...
  • Libyan PM seeks to reassert authority as oil production is hit

    BENGHAZI Libya (Reuters) - Libya's acting prime minister sought to reassert authority over his turbulent country by naming a new cabinet on Wednesday, but some lawmakers threatened to veto his choices and a rival assembly continued to hold sway in the...
  • Libya's leaders shelter by the sea as country tilts toward civil war

    Libya's leaders shelter by the sea as country tilts toward civil war
    The seaside hotel that serves as the last redoubt of Libya's internationally recognized government is named Dar al-Salam, or House of Peace. But beyond the confines of this modest port city nearly a thousand miles from the capital, this country teeters on...
  • Qatar rejects accusation it sent weapons to Libya

    DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar has denied an accusation by Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni that it sent three military aircraft loaded with weapons to a Tripoli airport controlled by an armed opposition group. In a statement to Qatar's news agency (QNA)...
  • Obama's unnecessary war

    Obama's unnecessary war
    President Barack Obama said Wednesday night that the United States is going to war "to degrade and ultimately destroy" the group known as the Islamic State. So right off you know one thing we will not do: destroy it. The only thing more reliable than...