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Archive for January 2nd, 2013

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Wednesday 2nd January 2013 Libya’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Ali Al-Aujali has resigned for personal reasons. He had been given the portfolio when Prime Minister Dr Ali Zidan unveiled his cabinet at the end of October. His resignation was handed to the General National Congress, GNC, by the Prime Minister, and although he gave the reason for his resignation as “personal”,  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 2nd January 2013  The official spokesperson for Libya’s Attorney General, Taha Bara, said that Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi and Abdullah Senussi will be put on trial in a month’s time, Libya FM radio station reported. Speaking yesterday, Bara said that the reason for the delay in their trial was the continued questionning of Abdulah Al-Senussi, which had not been completed yet. Bara  [ Read More ]

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January 2013 The Ministry of Interior announced today that it would increase the number of committees to receive members of the Supreme Security Committees looking to join the police from 25 to 37, Libyan news agency LANA reported. Majdi Al-Araffi, spokesman for the Ministry of Interior, told LANA that he had increased the number of committees to offer police training  [ Read More ]

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January 2013 The Egyptian Foreign Ministry today warned its citizens that they would face severe consequences if they tried to enter illegally, Libyan news agency LANA reported today. Any Egyptians failing to heed the warning would face prosecution under Libyan law, which strictly prohibits illegal immigration across its borders, the statement said. Egypt’s consul in Benghazi, Raja’i Nasr, also said  [ Read More ]

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January 2013 Since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, Libyans have begun a love affair with ice cream. It is often said that to taste real gelato, one needs to go to Italy; but now its former colony Libya may well be en route to becoming another ice cream haven. Never before has the decadent Italian influence on Libya been more  [ Read More ]