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Archive for February 1st, 2013

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Friday 1st February 2013 Counselor Mustafa Abduljalil, the head of the dissolved National Transitional Council (NTC) in Libya, visited the Libyan Embassy in London on Friday 1st February 2013. HE Mahmud Nacua, Libya’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, alongside diplomatic and local staff greeted him with warm welcomes. During their short meeting, both Ambassador Nacua and Counselor Abduljalil discussed a number of current national issues. At end of  [ Read More ]

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January 2013 British Prime Minister David Cameron used a surprise visit to Tripoli on Thursday to pledge Britain’s help in training Libya’s security forces, part of broader European efforts to counter Islamic militancy in North Africa. In Brussels, European Union foreign ministers approved the outline of a mission to help Libyan authorities tighten border security to combat arms-smuggling and stop militants  [ Read More ]

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January 2013 Life Technologies, an American-based biotechnology company, has said that it will provide a complete laboratory system to help identify bodies from mass graves, and other missing persons. The new laboratory, which will be set up in Tripoli, will help identify the remains of an estimated 20,000 people who were found in mass graves after the revolution. It will  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  The Council of the European Union announced today, Thursday, that it is preparing to support Libya with border management. A proposal to set up a new civilian Common Security and Defence Policy mission in the country has been approved by Brussels. The help, from civilian security experts, will offer a broad range of non-military support for at least  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  At Wednesday’s multi-Ministerial press conference, Foreign Minister Mohamed Abdel Aziz insisted his and the Prime Minister Ali Zeidan’s travels were “to market and sell our message”, he insisted. The remark came in response to the prompt by the Prime Minister who upon introducing his Foreign Minister quipped “we are accused of travelling all over the place and ignoring  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Tripoli’s Home and Garden show is underway, already attracting hundreds of visitors despite the recent wet weather. The show, Libya’s first exhibition of this kind, runs until 2 February at the Tripoli International Fairground. Both local businesses and international firms are represented at the show. The well-known brand Seranit, which has worked on many large-scale projects in Turkey,  [ Read More ]