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Clashes broke out after Fathi Bashagha, the eastern-based prime minister, attempted to seat his government in Libya’s capital Tripoli on Tuesday and forced him to flee the city.

The U.N. special adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, urged calm and for rival parties to engage in talks to resolve their disputes.

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In response to the intimidation of the Minister of Communications, Johnny Al-Qarm, that Lebanon will cut off the Internet if the tariff for telecommunications services is not raised, the Internet and information transfer companies submitted proposals to secure the desired revenues for the benefit of the Ministry of Communications, while…

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Yemen’s government will permit citizens living in areas controlled by Huthi rebels to travel on Huthi-issued passports, an official told AFP, removing a barrier to long-awaited commercial flights out of the capital Sanaa.

Yemen’s embassy in Washington said on Twitter that Yemeni authorities had accepted “a UN proposal to use…

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Human Rights Watch wrote to the Interior Ministry on April 12 asking about the measures the ministry was taking to ensure people with disabilities could exercise their right to vote.

While Lebanon’s electoral law requires the Interior Ministry to take measures to ensure that people with disabilities can vote, in…

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