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Algeria to send shipments of humanitarian aid to Libya

Abdelmalek SellalAlgerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal confirmed that the Ministry of Solidarity has sent shipments of food to the residents of south-western Libya. The residents are currently suffering from a severe shortage of food supplies due to the deteriorating security situation in the country, according to an Algerian local source.


Netanyahu warns against signing deal with Iran

Benjamin NetanyahuIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned major countries on Thursday of the dangers of signing what he called a "bad deal" with Iran.


UK licensed £7 million worth of arms to Israel in lead-up to the bombing of Gaza

Photo of Gazans inspecting unexploded Israeli ordinance dropped on Gaza during Operation 'Protective Edge'New government figures collated by Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), show that the UK approved £7 million worth of military licences to Israel during the six months leading up to the recent bombing of Gaza. The licences, include components for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones), combat aircrafts, targeting equipment and weapon sights.


Carter Center praises launch of Tunisia elections

The Carter CenterThe Carter Center election observation mission said Sunday that the voting process of Tunisia's presidential elections has kicked off in a decent, peaceful and professional manner.


Japan worried about expansion of settlements in Jerusalem

Dome of the Rock and the Old CityThe Japanese government said on Friday that it is "worried" about the expansion of Israeli settlements in Jerusalem, the Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds reported.