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The United Nations' demand for an end to fighting "restores hope in the hearts of Libyans", a Benghazi student says.
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The future of Mauritanian football is bright at the new national youth academy in Nouakchott.
Libyan bloggers are calling for order to be restored and an end to division.
Terrorist groups are increasingly using women in combat missions, including suicide bombings.
Top military leaders from Algeria and the United States are pledging to work together to secure the Sahel.
Moroccans expect the new legislative session to focus on salaries and subsidies.
Libya pleads for help from the UN, Egypt hosts ministerial talks with Libya's neighbours and France warns of worse to come for what many fear may be the world's next flashpoint.
The head of US AFRICOM visits Tunis to discuss joint training projects and a multi-million dollar military aid package.
Moroccan families are facing a difficult situation as expenses add up from Ramadan, Eid and the new school year.
A Benghazi legislator tells Magharebia his plan for restoring order to Libya.
The issue of sports violence takes centre stage in Algeria, after a projectile thrown by a disgruntled fan kills star striker Albert Ebossé on his home pitch.
Benghazi's biggest terror group is reaching out to Islamists in western Libya as the country struggles with duelling legislatures.
Youth leaders in Morocco are preparing to create their own advisory body.
Algeria will continue to help neighbouring countries control security and confront terrorist threats, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika says.
Tunisia is stepping up its efforts to crack down on cyber-terrorism.