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Turkey, Libya commit to eastern Mediterranean maritime accord

Greece, which opposes the maritime agreement between Tripoli and Ankara, called for the accord to be canceled, as it reopened its embassy in Libya after seven years.


Israeli intelligence met with Libyan general Haftar's son - report

Haftar, the son of the Libyan General, is currently eyeing Libya's presidential seat, which will be decided in December of this year.

Can Libya’s prime minister survive the scandal?

The media’s apparent lack of interest in Dbeibah is about to be remedied.

Tons of Lebanese cannabis seized in Niger on its way to Libya

It is the largest cannabis seizure in Niger's history and the first shipment of drugs known to have come from Lebanon, Toro said by phone.


Greenpeace: Iran eco-terror allegation 'reeks of election propaganda'

The practice of turning off tracking systems is commonly done by Iranian vessels to avoid detection for violating the trade embargo with Syria.

An oil tanker loads gas in Assaluyeh seaport at the Persian Gulf

Could Iran really be linked to 'eco-terrorism' against Israel? - analysis

The ability of a ship to purposely dump oil so that, two weeks later, it harms a country’s coastline appears very complex.

Libyan interior minister escapes shooting attack on motorcade in Tripoli

Fathi Bashagha was a losing candidate to become prime minister of the unity government, but has made public statements of support for the new administration.

U.S. President Joe Biden signs executive orders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington

Turkey pro-government media: ‘Jews overrepresented in Biden Cabinet’

The latest claim comes on the heels of a conspiracy theory spread by a high-level AKP official that said US president Joe Biden is “Kurdish.”

What is Biden’s potential impact on Israel and the Middle East? - opinion

Reviewing the foreign policy achievements of Biden's nominated secretary of state, Anthony Blinken.

Journalist and former MK Ksenia Svetlova poses with her new book, On Heels in the Middle East.

Ksenia Svetlova recounts covering historic events from Syria, Libya

Memoir of an Israeli-Russian journalist’s eyewitness account of the demise of Jewish communities and rise of terrorism in the Middle East.

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