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Archive for October 1st, 2012

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Monday 1st October 2012 President Obama arrived here on Sunday to prepare for his first debate with Mitt Romney, leading in the polls nationally and in most of the critical states, but still fending off Republican criticism over the White House’s shifting accounts of the deadly September attack on the American diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya. Mr. Obama plans to go into  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012 An effective response by newly trained Libyan security guards to a small bombing outside the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi in June may have led United States officials to underestimate the security threat to personnel there, according to counterterrorism and State Department officials, even as threat warnings grew in the weeks before the recent attack that  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012  A French secret serviceman acting on the express orders of Nicolas Sarkozy is suspected of murdering Colonel Gaddafi, it was sensationally claimed today. He is said to have infiltrated a violent mob mutilating the captured Libyan dictator last year and shot him in the head. The motive, according to well-placed sources in the North African country,  [ Read More ]

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September 2012  The Assad regime in Syria brought about Muammar Gaddafi’s death by providing France with the key intelligence which led to the operation that killed him, sources in Libya have claimed. French spies operating in Sirte, Gaddafi’s last refuge, were able to set a trap for the Libyan dictator after obtaining his satellite telephone number from the Syrian government, they said. In what  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012  A new school for children with Down’s Syndrome has been opened by the Libyan Red Crescent in Gharyan. The school is the only one of its kind in the region and has received dozens of applications by parents of Down’s children in Gharyan and the surrounding area. Songs and dances were performed by children at the  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012 The U.S. intelligence community has revised its assessment of the deadly attack on the American consulate in Libya, saying it now believes it was a deliberate terrorist assault. In an unusual statement on Friday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence sought to explain how it has revised its view of the September 11 attack  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012   Libya hopes to start implementing its new Islamic banking law by the end of the year and expects strong demand among the public for sharia-compliant financial services, Libyan central bank governor Saddek Omar Elkaber said on Monday. The country approved an Islamic banking law in May and has been working to amend its legislation to attract foreign  [ Read More ]

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Monday 1st October 2012  A British team has completed repair work on specialist equipment to detect and dispose of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), the British Embassy in Tripoli has said. “The team has been assisting the Libyan Government and the Ministry of Interior repair its specialist equipment so that it is better able to deal with a range of potentially  [ Read More ]

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September 2012  Libya faces major challenges after the elections according to four experts who addressed the monthly meeting of London’s Gulf Cultural Club under the them: Libya after the elections: a new dawn? Introducing the discussion, chairman Shabir Razvi pointed out that Libyans voted in the first elections for more than 40 years on July 7th. A liberal coalition won and  [ Read More ]

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September 2012  A top intelligence official in the United States appeared to take the blame for the Obama administration’s changed narrative on the US Consulate attack in Libya, saying that the administration officials who initially claimed the attack was spontaneous, did so on the guidance of intelligence officials. The statement by Shawn Turner, spokesman for Director of National Intelligence James Clapper  [ Read More ]