The International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) is the most prestigious and important literary prize in the Arab world. One of the main aims of (IPAF) is to encourage the translation of Arabic literature into other languages.
Here are the main highlights of the Libya Observer’s interview with the Libyan Navy spokesperson Brigadier Ayoub Qasim:Read More
By Anissa Belhadj The Ennahda leader tells MEE he is working with the Tunisian, Algerian and Egyptian presidents and the UN to bring Libyan parties together.
By Sawsan Abu-Husain Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Taha Siala considers the upcoming meeting between Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar and Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj a positive action following the political block.
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