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Why Libya Matters -- Again

Since a NATO-led air war toppled the regime of Muammar al-Qaddafi five years ago, Western governments have kept their distance from Libya, even as it plunged into a disastrous civil war. 993 more words

Middle East

Luxor: where the Legends come to Life

Despite its faults, Luxor could very well be the most enchanting place in the Middle-East. The legends of Egyptian pharaohs loom large over the city, and seeing the tombs and sarcophaguses of these pharaohs is something every traveller will want to experience! 519 more words

City Guide

Sonesta St. George Hotel: Luxury of Luxor by the Nile

Cairo will prove to be colourful but chaotic. If the cacophony burns you out, you will know it’s time to travel up to Upper Egypt where the Valley of the Kings lies. 1,503 more words


2017 African Cup of Nations Qualifier: We Can Beat Egypt ​- Oliseh

With less than five weeks to the all important 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt, Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh is targeting a possible four points from the double header. 1,226 more words


Genesis 43 - February 12

Welcome to our online study in Genesis. Read today’s scripture, journal on it using SOAP, then please share as we encourage one another in this one thing. 1,379 more words

10 Most Corrupt Countries, Ranked By Perception

Corruption lingers at the core of many of the world’s underdeveloped nations.

Nigeria, the most populated country in Africa, is perceived to be the most corrupt among 60 countries evaluated, according to data from the 2016 Best Countries rankings. 271 more words


The government and the nation

There are times when the ruling party believes that it is the nation. Therefore any criticism of the party is taken by the government to mean an act that is “anti-national, or anti-state.” The party in power assumes the mantle of a judge of public behavior. 267 more words

People, The State And Technology