After the return of UN-backed Libyan Prime Minister Faiez al-Sarraj to the capital Tripoli, hope
Once again terror strikes violently in the heart of Europe and once again Arabs and Muslims are h
Tunisians will remember the March 7th Islamic State terrorist incursion in the border town of Be
British Prime Minister David Cameron told parliament in December that the ideology of the Muslim
Five years after their 2011 uprising, Libyans are waking up to harsh realities: A crumbling econo
With foreign military intervention in Libya looming, attitudes in neighbouring Tunisia are divide
What the bickering parties in Libya need to realise is that what they are squabbling about, name
It is strange how history repeats itself.
If the hopes generated by the 2011 revolts in the Arab world were quickly dashed, it was because
During his visit to Egypt in August, US Secretary of State John Kerry stated that, while there wa
On November 24th, Tunisians were dealt another horrific blow that they are struggling to understa
The Paris attacks of Friday, November 13th, will change the worldwide war on terror.
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet for several
Tunis - From January through August, the number of Islamic State (ISIS) followers in Libya doub
The reconciliation process in Libya is like Sisyphus’s boulder — each time it reaches the top of
A widespread wave of protest is whipping through Iraq.
There have been three attacks on mosques since May in Saudi Arabia, two on mosques frequented by
The counterterrorism law adopted late in July by the Tunisian parliament continues to trigger exp
After the nuclear deal struck by six world powers with Iran on July 14, both US President Barack