What an entrance at the UN General Assembly in New York; Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani called for an Arab coalition of the willing-style invasion of Syria, no less. 
In the words of the Emir, "It is better for the Arab countries themselves to interfere out of their national, humanitarian, political and military duties, and to do what is necessary to stop the bloodshed in Syria." He stressed Arab countries had a "military duty" to invade.
The White House may deny Democrats information on targeted killings but tell Republicans more about an attack in Libya to win confirmation for John O. Brennan.
"Rather than agreeing to some Democratic senators’ demands for full access to the classified legal memos on the targeted killing program, Obama administration officials are negotiating with Republicans to provide more information on the lethal attack last year on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, according to three Congressional staff members. "
Fleeing advancing French and Malian forces, al-Qaeda militants left a strategic blueprint outlining their general plan for Mali and the region. The nine-page document unlocks a door to the world's most feared terrorist network.
The Economist The country is still struggling to move ahead The Economist The recent arrest of four foreign Christian missionaries in Benghazi, Libya's biggest eastern city, on charges of proselytising, still a crime under a law inherited from the...
Christians in Libya Face Safety Concerns. ICC Note: Escalating pressure on Christians in Libya is driving some of the faithful from their communities. Catholic nuns in three communities are leaving the country because of ...
"Libyan authorities have deported 170 Egyptian citizens because they did not hold the correct documentation. A report by the Ministry of Labour says Egyptian workers are coveted by Libyan businesses.
The Egyptian citizens were being held in a prison in the Libyan city of Misrata until Saturday when the Egyptian embassy in Libya organised for their transfer back to Egypt, according to state news agency MENA.
The deportation follows the release of a report received by Minister of Labour Khaled Al-Azhari about Egyptian workers in 2012, which includes details about the situation in Libya. ... "