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Sectarianism: Post-Sit-in Dispersal

Sectarianism: Post-Sit-in Dispersal | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
This has been put together as aggregated information that was shared online about attacks on churches and their institutions, Christians and their homes, and other relevant information. We started ...
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Western-Backed "Freedom Fighters" Executed Syrian Children

Western-Backed "Freedom Fighters" Executed Syrian Children. Western and Gulf-Arab backed "Freedom Fighters" of the al-Qaeda linked "The Islamic State of Ir
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Haiti “Reconstruction”: Luxury Hotels, Sweat Shops and Deregulation for the Foreign Corporate Elite

Haiti “Reconstruction”: Luxury Hotels, Sweat Shops and Deregulation for the Foreign Corporate Elite | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Picture: Girl in a displacement camp, January 2013. REUTERS, Swoan Parker “The international community is so screwed up they’re letting Haitians run Haiti.” --Luigi R. Einaudi, US career diplomat, ...
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Angry Libya Berbers storm national assembly - Fox News

Angry Libya Berbers storm national assembly - Fox News | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Aljazeera.com
Angry Libya Berbers storm national assembly
Fox News
TRIPOLI (AFP) – Members of Libya's Berber community, angered over what they believe is their marginalisation, stormed the national assembly Tuesday, a deputy told AFP.
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The Second Crisis: Post-Revolution Libya Faltering As Oil Woes Imperil Economy - International Business Times

International Business Times The Second Crisis: Post-Revolution Libya Faltering As Oil Woes Imperil Economy International Business Times Libya has a brand new transitional government and plenty of oil to fuel growth and recovery for its 6.5 million...
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Libya Goes for Broke - by Fayruz Abdulhadi - Foreign Policy (blog)

Libya Goes for Broke - by Fayruz Abdulhadi - Foreign Policy (blog) | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya Goes for Broke - by Fayruz Abdulhadi
Foreign Policy (blog)
Libya has been an especially difficult place to live over the past few weeks.
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Libyan government threatens army action if protesters sell oil - Reuters

Libyan government threatens army action if protesters sell oil - Reuters | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libyan government threatens army action if protesters sell oil Reuters TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya will use all means necessary, including the army, to prevent protesters from selling its crude oil independently, prime minister Ali Zeidan said at a...
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Libya: more violent, unstable and uncertain - Madison Times

Libya: more violent, unstable and uncertain - Madison Times | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya: more violent, unstable and uncertain Madison Times Despite repeated demands for custody on the part of the central government and the International Criminal Court (ICC), Saif remains in Zintan in Libya's arid central mountains, a prisoner of...
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Assassination bids multiply in Libya: Some escape, some don't - Middle East Online

Assassination bids multiply in Libya: Some escape, some don't - Middle East Online | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Middle East Online
Assassination bids multiply in Libya: Some escape, some don't
Middle East Online
... would be killed next time.
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Can the ICC and Libya Move beyond Stalemate? #Libya #Saif #ICC

Can the ICC and Libya Move beyond Stalemate? #Libya #Saif #ICC | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
For the past few years, the Libyan government and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have been involved in a political and legal tug-of-war. Who should exercise criminal jurisdiction over Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, as well as former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi? The court has issued arrest warrants for both men for allegedly committing crimes against humanity and war crimes related to events that took place following the uprisings against the Gaddafi regime in 2011. - See more at: http://theinterdependent.com/international-justice/article/can-the-icc-and-libya-move-beyond-stalemate#sthash.Sd1ySXNp.dpufFor the past few years, the Libyan government and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have been involved in a political and legal tug-of-war. Who should exercise criminal jurisdiction over Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, as well as former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi? The court has issued arrest warrants for both men for allegedly committing crimes against humanity and war crimes related to events that took place following the uprisings against the Gaddafi regime in 2011. - See more at: http://theinterdependent.com/international-justice/article/can-the-icc-and-libya-move-beyond-stalemate#sthash.Sd1ySXNp.dpufFor the past few years, the Libyan government and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have been involved in a political and legal tug-of-war. Who should exercise criminal jurisdiction over Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, as well as former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi? The court has issued arrest warrants for both men for allegedly committing crimes against humanity and war crimes related to events that took place following the uprisings against the Gaddafi regime in 2011. - See more at: http://theinterdependent.com/international-justice/article/can-the-icc-and-libya-move-beyond-stalemate#sthash.Sd1ySXNp.dpuf
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@BarackObama »» Executing Children for Supporting Assad عاجل اعدام طفلين شيعة من قبل دولة العراق والشام الاسلامية

Terrorists in Syria Executing Children for Supporting Assad - عاجل اعدام طفلين شيعة من قبل دولة العراق والشام الاسلامية Will try to get English subs ASAP Ple...
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Al-Sisi; US Stabbed Egypt in the Back with Morsi

Al-Sisi; US Stabbed Egypt in the Back with Morsi | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Al-Sisi; US Stabbed Egypt in the Back with Morsi. False media reports spread through Al-Jazeera, claiming that Egypt´s police and military had fired live
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German Politicians, Media Defend the Egyptian Army

German Politicians, Media Defend the Egyptian Army | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
The reaction of German politicians and the media to the massacre carried out by the Egyptian army against supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi ranges from subdued criticism to outright supp...
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Allen West: Theft of Missiles From Libya Poses Serious Threat

Allen West:  Theft of Missiles From Libya Poses Serious Threat | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Former Congressman and Army officer Allen West tells Newsmax that the theft of 400 surface-to-air missiles from Libya poses a very serious threat to the region - and has Israel very concerned.The Florida Republican also says...
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Libya: The militias of Misrata occupy Tripoli - Mathaba.Net

Libya: The militias of Misrata occupy Tripoli Mathaba.Net The occupation regime, desperately trying to protect themselves from the counter-offensive of the Jamahiri Resistance, makes a wicked choice allowing Misrata militias to militarily occupy...
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Good News »» Libya's Oil Industry Is in Trouble - Businessweek

Good News »» Libya's Oil Industry Is in Trouble - Businessweek | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
International Business Times
Libya's Oil Industry Is in Trouble
Businessweek
One of the most amazing things about the Libyan Revolution was just how quickly the country's oil industry rebounded from the chaos and violence of 2011.
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India wants to help Libya “achieve its dreams”: Indian ambassador - Libya Herald

India wants to help Libya “achieve its dreams”: Indian ambassador - Libya Herald | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
India wants to help Libya “achieve its dreams”: Indian ambassador Libya Herald India is committed to “friendship and brotherhood” with Libya and wants to do more to help it “achieve its dreams” of reconstruction, development and prosperity, the...
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Libya 69th in FIFA rankings after international friendly - Libya Herald

Libya 69th in FIFA rankings after international friendly - Libya Herald | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya 69th in FIFA rankings after international friendly Libya Herald No goals were scored in yesterday's friendly international football match between Libya and the Central African Republic, but the FIFA-listed game took Libya up one notch to 69th...
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Libya threatens all means, including military force, to stop striking port ... - InterAksyon

Libya threatens all means, including military force, to stop striking port ... - InterAksyon | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya threatens all means, including military force, to stop striking port ...
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La surconsommation

La surconsommation désigne un niveau de consommation situé au-dessus de celui des besoins normaux ou d'une consommation moyenne. Image provenant du film Samsara…
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GREAT »»» John Cleese brands British press ‘depraved’ and ‘amoral’ during film interview

GREAT »»» John Cleese brands British press ‘depraved’ and ‘amoral’ during film interview | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
John Cleese has launched an attack on the media, branding many British newspapers “amoral creatures”.
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