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Archive for December 20th, 2012

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December 2012  Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said today, Wednesday, that he had chosen a military governor for the south, large swathes of which were declared closed military zones on Monday, although he did name the official. Zeidan said the government was fully committed to making the south safer, as well as improving the situation in Libya more broadly: “trust me the  [ Read More ]

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Thursday 20th December 2012  Three US State Department officials resigned in wake of the verdict The Obama administration has been accused of a series of blunders over the killings of the US ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and three of his team in Benghazi earlier this year. An independent review said the State Department was responsible for “systematic failures of  [ Read More ]

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Thursday 20th December 2012  The Libyan Holding Company for Development and Investment, part of the Economic and Social Development Fund (ESDF), organised a signing ceremony on Tuesday, 18 December. The ceremony was for contracts for the sale of some of the administrative buildings at the “Bab Tarabulis project 1” (Tripoli Gate 1) on the Airport Road. The ceremony was attended by a  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Output of Libya’s two main crude oil streams, El Sharara and Es Sider, has returned close to normal levels after protests and a pipeline leak forced operators to cut production last week, officials at Libya’s National Oil Corporation said. Over a third of Libya’s 1.3 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil exports was halted last week after production  [ Read More ]

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Thursday 20th December 2012  Libya’s Prime Minister Ali Zaidan appointed a military governor for the southern region after the government declared the area a restricted military zone and sent in army units. Zaidan announced the appointment at a news conference in Tripoli late yesterday broadcast by Libyan television. Aircraft will help patrol borders to monitor the movement of armed groups  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said that emergency funds would be transferred to the Benghazi Local Council “in a matter of hours” on Wednesday evening, following a meeting with the council’s new president Mahmoud Abu Raziza in Tripoli. Having discussed the state of public services, it was decided “to allocate financial support to Benghazi Local Council as soon as  [ Read More ]