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Archive for October 23rd, 2012

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Following the postponement of the MEA Trade Mission to Libya in September for security reasons following the sad deaths of four Americans, including the US Ambassador to Libya Mr Christopher Stevens, the MEA has re-scheduled the mission to December 2-6. An additional second mission is scheduled for 3rd to 7th March 2013. The MEA believes it  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt has commented on the first anniversary of the Declaration of Liberation in Libya, in which the National Transitional Council formally announced the end of the Qadhafi regime. Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt said: “The Declaration of Liberation marked the end of a regime and conflict in which many Libyans lost their  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Three men from Ireland are expected in Libya before the year is out in order to interview the former Libyan dictator Gaddafi’s head of intelligence, Abudullah al-Senussi who they believe was a key player in Libya’s former dictatorial regime’s efforts to fuel the conflict in Northern Ireland by arming the Irish Republican Army, IRA. Willie Frazer,  [ Read More ]

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October 2012 A high end prostitution ring supplied women to wealthy Middle Eastern clients at the Cannes Film Festival and had ties to the Gaddafi family, a French court heard on Monday. Seven men and a woman went on trial in the southern port city of Marseille, though the five chief figures are on the run and are being tried  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Alarmed by the fighting in and around the Libyan city of Bani Walid, the Secretary of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, has reminded all parties of their obligations under international humanitarian law and called on all the Libyan authorities and those in Bani Walid to begin immediately a process to resolve the Bani Walid stand-off peacefully.  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 The new Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya, Mr. Tarek Mitri, has taken up his post in Tripoli to lead United Nations efforts to assist Libya in its democratic transition. “I shall be delighted to be a witness of the historic changes in Libya and committed to accompany them in solidarity with the Libyan people,”  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Seven Libyan business women from various sectors and segments of the society will be in Rome through 28 October on a training course dealing with the themes of equal opportunity and social inclusion. The are on a project, introduced at the foreign ministry in Rome, and organised by the Associazione Pari o Dispari with the support of the  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Libya faces challenges but has a real opportunity to build a better future, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said Tuesday, the day that marks the first anniversary of the Declaration of Liberation in Libya, in which the National Transitional Council formally announced the end of the Gaddafi regime. Commenting on this anniversary, FCO Minister for North  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 Libya’s Col Muammar Gaddafi is dead, but his shadow and the decades of his iron rule have not quite departed to the other side. He has left behind a tumultuous political transition that has little in terms of institutions to build on and that is still trying to lay the foundations of what it is hoped  [ Read More ]

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October 2012 Money that was embezzled and smuggled out of the country will be returned once international legal proceedings are competed, Deputy Prime Minister Mustafa Abushagur has said. In a speech on Wataniya TV this evening, Monday, he promised that the present government would continue to pursue the trail of looted funds, adding that he did not believe the quest  [ Read More ]