Claims that the UAE and Saudi Arabia recruit Sudanese youth as mercenaries highlight Sudan’s controversial role in the Gulf kingdoms’ devastating military campaign in Yemen and Libya.
Turkish President says Haftar turned his back on both the Moscow and Berlin summits and is violating the ceasefire in Libya.
Turkey's President Erdogan made the comments as fighting erupted on Sunday after Libyan warlord Haftar's forces advanced toward the strategic western city of Misrata.
The closure of oil fields and production facilities threatens the country's finances, warns Libya's central bank.
Algiers and Ankara boosted their diplomatic ties by signalling cooperation on the Libyan crisis, while the former fears Libya’s unrest may spill over into its territory.
Mitiga airport authorities said late on Wednesday they were suspending air traffic "until further notice" after Haftar's spokesman threatened to attack planes flying over the city.
Tensions between the South Sudanese Ngok Dinka community and Misseriya herders have been rampant, with both competing over grazing pastures.
Six military-grade Grad rockets were fired at strategic Mitiga airport, leading to diversion of air traffic, according to officials, who blamed the attack on warlord Khalifa Haftar's illegal militia.
UN special representative for Libya Ghassan Salame says the 5+5 commission, whose members were proposed by Libya's warring sides, will meet next week to help convert current truce into a "full-fledged ceasefire".
The UK-based legal body says there is concrete evidence that the Egyptian military junta’s treatment killed Mohamed Morsi and that his death was intentional.
US says oil exports blocked by illegal militia of Khalifa Haftar must "resume" immediately, while Turkey's FM Mevlut Cavusoglu says Haftar must choose "political solution."
The former finance minister, Elyes Fakhfakh, has a month to form a coalition capable of winning a confidence vote in parliament by a simple majority.
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