After failing to break the political stalemate in Lebanon the Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib steps down

With popular demands to bring reforms in Lebanon, especially after the catastrophic Beirut blasts, the Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib has failed to form a government

Middle East

Eastren Libyan Government Resigns.

Monday, 14 sept 2020, the Libya’s Tobruk based government submitted his resignation to the speaker of the parliament. Prime Minister Abdallah al-Thani has submitted his


US-China likely to “push forward” Phase One agreement after months of stalled talks

On Tuesday, top negotiators of the US-China trade talks decided to ‘push forward’ the phase one agreement. The two representatives who spoke over a call,


Amid protests for revolution, Lebanon’s ruling class continues to control the system

The devastating blast at Beirut’s port on August 4 sent shock wave across Lebanon, affecting thousands of life in the aftermath. Notedly, the responsibility of


Repression against journalists continues in Algeria

Algeria condemned to three-year prison a well-known Algerian journalist for reporting on anti-government demonstrations. Local activists and international organizations of Human Rights defenders repeatedly denounced

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Middle East

Muted Eid in Lebanon as it battles a triple threat

Lebanon is in the middle of an economic spiral; some of the worst times it is facing since the end of the civil war three decades ago…


COVID19 is fading away the flickering magic of Arab spring in Morocco

Centuries old tradition of “Makhzen” can be seen on streets of Morocco, a platform to share grievances by a network of advisers, spies, military men and people with business interests….

G20 Summit in Toronto, 26 June 2010
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G20 Global Solutions Summit focuses on stabilizing world economy amid Covid-19 challenges

On Thursday, G20 nations held the 4th Global Solutions Summit with the key agenda to initiate reforms in the global trading system and stabilize the world economy..

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Middle East News

Slump in the oil market pulls down Libyan central reserves by 20%

According to the recent report published by the Libyan audit bureau, the country’s central bank reserves are expected to fall by 20%due to plummeting oil

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Middle East News

Elections in Libya: Question of Peace or Protest in the country

People in Lebanon have taken to the streets expressing their anger over the government’s handling of economic crisis. The protests all across the nation took