Many are willing to endure unthinkable horror to escape strife in their homeland.
Police arrested the Manchester bombing suspect's father, two brothers and several others.
The sheer number of rafts overwhelmed our flotilla. Tragedies mounted.
Displaced people use camera phone footage to highlight life on the run in "Exodus."
Saudi Arabia In March, the UAE--the GCC's longest-standing purchaser of Italian weapons and the Arab Gulf state with closest
The rate of recorded deaths in the Mediterranean has risen sharply this year, with more than 3,740 migrants drowning on their way to Europe.
The December 7, 2015 political agreement signed by the representatives of the General National Congress in Tripoli (Western
If Libyans can set aside their differences to eliminate the terror of the Islamic State and liberate Sirte, they will be one step closer to fulfilling the promise of the 2011 revolution.
Embarking in Tripoli, Lebanon, where desperate Syrian refugees have sought shelter in embattled neighborhoods reminiscent
Islamic State is attempting to create, across North Africa in general and in Libya in particular, the same type of hybrid political-terrorist state that it created in Iraq and Syria.
Given that Libya's eventual reconstruction will surely depend on support from the Gulf, the UAE and Qatar would both be wise
Islamic State is not being contained. It has now expanded to 35 international affiliates. It is zeroing in on North Africa in general, and on Libya in particular, in an attempt to create, on a far vaster scale, an even bigger Islamic State on the very edge of Europe's doorstep.
Motaz Kraif has worked for Libya al-Ahrar TV, a network formed during the 2011 uprising, and Al-Wasat newspaper, known for its anti-Islamist views.
That's all Lebanon needed, a deadly sandstorm to accompany the government's paralysis, crumbling infrastructure, rolling demonstrations, and pervasive frustration.
The agreement between Qatar and the UAE represents a noteworthy softening in the positions of the two countries, which have
That's his nickname, acquired being first on the scene to shoot the effects of booby-trapped cars during his native Lebanon's civil war.