UK MPs Decry ‘Intelligence Failure’ Permeating NATO’s Intervention in Libya

A report by the British Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Select Committee on the origins, policies, and aftermath of NATO’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 severely indicted former Prime Minister David Cameron as well as his foreign secretary, William Hague, and Read more

World Leaders Hail Libyan Agreement Sealed in Morocco

The UN-brokered peace deal inked Thursday in Morocco by representatives of Libyan warring factions has put the North African nation in the spotlight, commending its role as peace facilitator. “We would like to express our gratitude to the Kingdom of Read more

Riyadh’s disregard of human rights reverses London’s prisons contract

David Cameron’s cabinet Tuesday renounced to lend its expertise to the Saudi penal system after opposition parties and human rights organizations accused Riyadh of ignoring human rights. ““This bid to provide the additional training to Saudi Arabia has been reviewed Read more