Monthly Archives: August 2018

Libya: sentences in the Triq al-Sareeh case

A Libyan criminal court has sentenced 45 militiamen to death by firing squad for killing demonstrators in Tripoli in 2011. They are accused of opening fire on dozens as rebel forces closed in on the capital during the uprising against … Continue reading

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Three card monte in Idlib

Syrian troops who have been freed up after pacifying the south have been redeploying to the north in anticipation of an offensive in Idlib. At the same time, Turkey has been reinforcing its observation posts in the province, which were … Continue reading

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Pakistan officers blocked: No U.S. (IMET) 2019 funds for Pakistan

US National Defence University (NDU), Washington, had kept aside 66 slots for officers from Pakistan for the next academic year, seats reserved for Pakistani officers for more than a decade, but the Trump administration has now refused to provide funds … Continue reading

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