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United Nations special envoy for Libya has warned that the battle for Tripoli is “just the start of a long and bloody war,” as militants loyal to Saudi/UAE-backed renegade general Khalifa Haftar continue an offensive to seize the Libyan capital. “I am no Cassandra, but the violence on the outskirts of Tripoli is just the […]Continue Reading
Terrorist Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi On 28th of April we reported righ here on Diplomasia News based on evidence that the Current Government of National Accord is is abetting terrorism in Libya to thrive hence the need to support Libya Natioanl strong man Field Marshall Haftar and his Forces of Libya National Army. This Monday […]Continue Reading
Known for its widespread human rights violations globally, Saudi Arabi is currently the world leading importer of arms from the year 2014 to 2018 which accounts for about 12 percent of imports an increase of 192 percent over the period of 2009-2013 according to the latest report by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). According […]Continue Reading
Threats of War Loom as Iran Reduces Compliance with International Nuclear Pact Recent events seem to indicate a growing possibility for serious war looming in the Middle East as the top Western world giant continues to viciously indict some of the nations with growing powers in the region. The United States of America (USA) under […]Continue Reading
According to our Reliable Source The UK Immediate Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson and its National Security Council,the UK think tank tasked with overseeing all issues National defense and Intelligence coordination hatched a well documented plan for Regime change since 2016 to overthrow the Governments of both Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Leaked documets Continue Reading
According to the United Arab Emirates, the Libyan capital is currently being controlled by  “extremist militias” which its ally Khalifa Haftar is fighting to capture from forces allied to Libya’s internationally recognized government. The UAE, along with Egypt, support Haftar who they see as a bulwark against Islamist militants in North Africa. A 2017 U.N. […]Continue Reading
The Libyan National Army (LNA) has carried out an airstrike on an alleged ammunition depot of armed groups in Tripoli, local media reported on late Saturday citing eyewitnesses. Residents said they saw a drone apparently guiding missiles and then heard several loud explosions, according to Reuters. According to the media outlet by Akhbar Libya, the […]Continue Reading
Following a latest report by the Egmont Institute, an independent Think-thank based in Brussels, Morocco has been highlighted for its counter-terrorism policy, stating that the North African Kingdom has been successful in preventing terrorist attacks and getting intelligence information, which has been helpful both locally and internationally. According to the report Continue Reading
UN Continues Diplomatic Push for Political Solution to End Fighting The United Nations has continued to raise concern over the worsening situation in Libya. The current state of clashes the North African country ensued on April 4 after the commander of the self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA), Khalifa Haftar, ordered his forces to seize the […]Continue Reading
The Warplanes of the Libyan Air Force (LAF) carried out a series of airstrikes on military positions of the Government of National Accord (GNA) in the Libyan capital of Tripoli in the early hours of April 21. Libyan sources said that the airstrikes targeted a large military camp of forces loyal to the Government of […]Continue Reading
The opposition alliance Sudan Call has condemned the military coup in Sudan and accused the “Sudanese Islamic movement military wing” of seizing the power to reproduce the old regime. The Sudanese defence minister Awad Ibn Ouf Thursday announced that the army has decided to overthrow President Omer al-Bashir and announced a number of decisions including […]Continue Reading
Defence minister confirms Bashir’s removal, celebrations rock Khartoum. Lt. Gen. Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf, Sudan’s defense minister has confirmed that President Omar al-Bashir had been removed from power and his government dissolved. To oversee a power transition, a two-year military council has been established. The defense minister said that Bashir had been Continue Reading
Consultations Currently Underway For Transitional Government In Sudan As Security Agency Frees All Political Detainees. The latest long-serving president in Africa, Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir has stepped down on April 11, 2019, after four months of massive protests against his rule. According to government sources and a provincial minister, there are consultations going on to Continue Reading
The Sudanese army is set to make “an important announcement”, this Thursday April 11th 2019 according to the state media. Following several months of anti government protests, a state of emergency and the recent resurgence of protests, the rule of president Omar al Bashir is facing the biggest challenge. “The Sudanese army will issue an […]Continue Reading
CHINA, IRAN, SAUDI ARABIA, VIETNAM AND IRAQ MAKE IT TO AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LIST OF TOP EXECUTIONERS. China is currently the leading nation in world executions following a report released on April 10th, 2019 by Amnesty International. The Asian economic giant is followed by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, and Iraq respectively. From the report, the international […]Continue Reading
Possible Divisions within Sudan’s Armed Forces Emerge as Protests Gather Momentum Strong possibilities of divisions within Sudan’s armed forces have emerged in relations to the ongoing protests and the call for long-in-power President Omar al-Bashir to resign. Citizens of the troubled African nation have been rallying outside the army headquarters that also houses Continue Reading
Tripoli national Airport The head of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) said in a televised speech on Saturday that Haftar had “stabbed us in the back” by launching “a coup.” The situation in Libya is very tense prompting anumber of foreign powers to evacuate their personnel from the capital Tripoli. The Question we […]Continue Reading