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If Scotland Says 'Aye': Polls Say Independence Referendum Too Close to Call (part 2)

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Scottish referendum in the media

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AFRICA NEWS

Homosexuality in Africa: Kenyan movie debuts at Toronto Film Festival

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If Scotland Says 'Aye': Polls Say Indpendence Referendum Too Close to Call

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AFRICA NEWS

Ebola virus: US to send 3,000 troops to West Africa

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THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW

Inger Andersen, Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa, The World Bank

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Scottish referendum: Should I stay or should I go?

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Paris conference: A coalition against the Islamic State group

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Encore's Film Show: Spies, doppelgangers and gay rights activists

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Latest update 20/11/2013

Libya: Power to the people or militias?

The fall of Muammar Gaddafi has not brought the anticipated stability and prosperity to this oil-rich nation as militias continue to challenge Libya’s elected government. Tribal and ethnic animosities are being fuelled by Gaddafi’s looted arms and Libya today is in danger of losing the gains of the Arab Spring.

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  • REVISITED

    Libya: Sirte and Misrata revisited

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  • Libya: Border security an impossible task for Tuaregs

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  • DEBATE

    The abduction of Libya's prime minister

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  • DEBATE

    The abduction of Libya's prime minister (part 2)

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  • FOCUS

    Libya's Ancient Necropolis Under Threat

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  • THE OBSERVERS

    Back to Libya, a year after Gaddafi's death

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  • THE INTERVIEW

    Ali Zeidan, Libyan Prime Minister

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  • FOCUS

    US ambassador killed amid growing insecurity in Libya

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  • Libya: FBI investigates US ambassador's final hours

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Background
Saif al-Islam: from heir apparent to prisoner

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The professor who became Libya's prime minister

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