Country: Libya

Protesters on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Arab Spring and Western Winter

Look before you leap!

Soldier belonging to General Hafter′s Libyan National Army in front of the oil terminal in Zueitina (photo: Reuters)

Civil war in Libya

Forever at loggerheads

Libyan writer Hisham Matar (photo: AP)

Book review: Hisham Matar′s ″The Return″

A painful void

Graffiti in Libya

Libya, Al Koni and the Skhirat Agreement

A fatal blow

 Fighters of the Libya's UN-backed government. Foto: Reuters

Libya′s domestic crisis

On the road to nowhere

Award-winning journalist Patrick Cockburn (photo: Martin Hunter)

Non-fiction: ″The Age of Jihad ″ by Patrick Cockburn

A catalogue of blunders

Armed fighters from the anti-IS coalition in a residential area of Sirte (photo: Valerie Stocker)

Libya

Facing hell in Sirte

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair: "the world's a better place without Saddam Hussein"

The Chilcot Report

It's a no brainer

Woman and child rescued off the Libyan coast (photo: Getty Images/G. Bouys)

Migration pact with Africa

The EU′s paper tiger

Algebra Tea House, Cleveland Ohio, USA (source: flickr)

One man and his tea house

Gaddafi disguised as Mickey Mouse: "Where there is cheese, there are rats", 2009 (copyright: Alsatoor)

Alsatoor, Libya′s caricaturist

The pen is mightier

Libyans protesting about UN candidate recommendations for the unity government in Benghazi (photo: Reuters/E.O. Al-Fetori)

Political crisis in Libya

United we stand?

Mural on a facade in Tripoli (photo: AP)

Gaddafi and the West's military intervention

A nation forsworn, forsaken, forgotten

Egyptian police in a suburb of Cairo (photo: AFP)

Reforming the Arab security sector

A plea for transparency

Political scientist and expert on radical Islam Peter Neumann (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Interview with radical Islam expert Peter Neumann

Islamic State′s looting economy

Historical map of Tripolitania under the Karamanli dynasty (source: Wikipedia)

Libya

Miss Tully′s ″Narrative of a Ten-Year Residence at Tripoli in Africa″

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