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Archive for January 29th, 2013

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Tuesday 29th January 2013  In what has been described as an attempt to tighten border security and clamp down on illegal immigration, Libyan authorities have announced that all foreign visitors to the country must have a visa. Previously travellers from countries such as Tunisia, Turkey and Jordan were not required to have it. Additionally, only Egyptians and Libyans are to  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Mali appears to have been a key subject discussed at two separate meetings that Prime Minister Ali Zeidan held with his opposite number from Algeria and the Nigerian president, during the African Union summit in Addis Ababa yesterday, Sunday. After Zeidan’s talks with Algerian premier Abdel-Malik Sellal, officials said the focus had been on joint border security and  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Misrata is imposing a partial gun ban and another ban on vehicles with no number plates. There is also a partial curfew and action will also be taken against any militia group not acting under the express orders of the authorities. The move follows Saturday’s assassination of Misrata local council member Mohamed Ben Othman and those of two security officials  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  The Libyan Central Bank has announced that it has granted commercial banks powers to transfer money abroad to finance import farm supplies and equipments, information equipment, computer supplies, medicines, and medical supplies for commercial use by specialised companies. This procedure comes under the decision of the LCB Governor, No. 1 of 2013 in accordance with the following conditions:  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Plans to try Abdullah Senussi and Saif Al-Islam together have been considered but no decision has been made as yet, according to an official from the Attorney-General’s office. Trying Senussi with Saif is seen as unlikely because the two are being held indepentently, Senussi by the authorities in Tripoli and Saif in Zintan. The Zintanis have made it  [ Read More ]