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South Libya clashes

The clashes and escalation of violence in the south of Libya endanger the political process and put Libyan citizens’ lives at risk.

Libya’s unity government in Tripoli has called for “urgent intervention” by the international community to end military escalation in its south, warning of a possible “civil war”. 135 more words


Inthaar // Warning

Walking into Waraq Art space is an experience within itself, let alone walking into it during an exhibit. Waraq, located near the heart of Tripoli by BenAshour, is an underground sort of headquarters for artists and art-appreciators where countless art workshops have taken place, and recently a Van Gogh day on the anniversary of the artist. 549 more words

It took me a trip to Tripoli, Lebanon to write a eulogy

On an early evening, in a cafe situated in Gemmayze, a bohemian quarter of Beirut, I was ready to chill just like the city was born into. 696 more words

Personal Voices

Libya four years on from Gaddafi - the view from the 'Scrapyard Flats'

This was a piece for The Telegraph with photographer Will Wintercross from a housing estate in Tripoli. For safety reasons, we didn’t get to hang around long, but even a brief visit was enough to get a glimpse of Libya’s sorry state.  1,668 more words


Cooking in a storm in Salalah, Oman

For me, travel and food go hand-in-hand, on a trip to Salalah in Oman I spent the weekend at the recently opened Anantara Resort Al Baleed resort. 586 more words

Olive Oil

Lebanon Has The Arab World's First Ever Ordained Female Pastor: Rola Sleiman In Tripoli Is Pioneering

A blog reader sent my way a Huffington Post article that was published yesterday about how Lebanon has the Arab world’s first ever female pastor: Rola Sleiman, who heads the Presbyterian Church in Tripoli, up North. 631 more words