The Turkish Parliament will vote on sending soldiers to the north African country to support its internationally-recognised government, but deployment could entrench Turkey in Libya's long-running internal strife as well as intensify regional tensions.
In Tunisia, the country's black minority and sub-Saharan immigrants have constantly reported attacks and abuse. This has led to the Tunisian Parliament to pass an anti-racism law and make its first conviction.
According to the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Peter Maurer, 1.8 million people remain to be internally displaced in Iraq one year after the end of the liberation operations.
Nearly six months after the parliamentary elections in Lebanon, Lebanese officials say that they are set to reach a breakthrough in talks to form the next cabinet. The country has been without a government since May.
Last month Lebanon held its first parliamentary election in 9 years. The winning blocs and parties have begun negotiations to form the cabinet after designating Sa'ad al-Hariri as Lebanese Prime Minister and Nabih Berri as Speaker of Parliament.
The battle for Mosul that brought in the Iraqi forces to liberate the city from ISIS in 2017 resulted in the destruction of much of Mosul. The cost of rebuilding the city requires tens of billions of dollars