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War weary Benghazi will host Libya's new legislature but many citizens remain ambivalent about shifting the seat of p...
The Libyan cabinet agreed to base the new House of Representatives in Benghazi, Libya Herald reported on Tuesday (Jun...
Dozens of Algerian political figures are uniting to discuss prospects for change.
The resurgence of Islamist groups linked to a decade of deadly civil war prompts outrage among Algerians
Libya's General National Congress on Monday (June 9th) agreed to comply with a court ruling that the election of prem...
A looming court ruling could bring clarity to Libya's struggling and divided central government.
Young people who may one day run the Maghreb train in Morocco. Algeria's next.
Algerian politicians and experts discuss constitutional changes.
Libya's new prime minister on Monday (June 2nd) evening convened his cabinet for the first time, AFP reported....
"We want to rest; we've got tired of conflicts over power," one Libyan says.
Tunisians ignore terror threats and long lines to cast their ballots in historic parliamentary el...
CAF will not permit Morocco to postpone the Africa Nations Cup over Ebola fears, but it may move the event to another country.
For many Algerians, Hervé Gourdel's execution by a Maghreb branch of Daesh awakens painful memories.
Any attempt by the Islamic State to stifle peoples' freedom will be rejected, a young imam predicts.