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Libya and the International Community Make Plans to Counter IS


In December 2015, the United Nations released a report that estimated between 2,000 – 3,000 Islamic State (IS) fighters are posted in Libya. Resultantly, both Libya, and members of the international community are making plans and suggestions to stop the radical extremist group from expanding further. Last week, prime minister-designate for Libya: Fayez al-Sarraj, met… Read more »


Katanga Produced Before Haute Court Militaire in the Democratic Republic of Congo


Germain Katanga (pictured, left) is produced today before the Haute Court Militaire, Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to respond to charges alleging war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed in Eastern Congo in 2002-2005. David Hooper Q.C, who represented him at the International Criminal Court attended as an observer. Germain Katanga,… Read more »


Developments Made in EU-Brokered Discussions Between Leaders of Kosovo and Serbia


On Wednesday, 27th January, as part of a fresh round of EU-brokered talks on normalizing relations, the Prime Ministers of Serbia and Kosovo, Aleksandar Vucic and Isa Mustafa, met to discuss relations between their respective countries. This included the controversial agreement on creating an association of Serbian-majority municipalities in Kosovo. College diplomas and freedom of… Read more »