2013 March 18 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for March 18th, 2013

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Monday 18th March 2013 The Libyan Football Federation, LFF, has reportedly started negotiations with the Egyptian Hassan Shehata, to become Libya’s national team ahead of the forthcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Shehata, 63, former coach of Egypt is one of the most experienced man in the football having already won three African Cup of Nations titles with the Egyptian  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  Dozens of illegal street stalls and shacks in Tripoli’s busy Shara Rashid, where the city’s Central Market is located, were bulldozed on Friday, in a bid to clean up the area and enforce planning regulations. The action was ordered by Interior Minister Ashour Shuwail. The stalls had taken up so much space in the road that traffic in  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  Over half of the bodies found in the Bin Jawad mass grave in the Sirte district have now been identified, according to the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP). In a statement today, Saturday, it said that its analysis of skeletal and blood-reference samples had produced 93 positive DNA matches connected to the Bin Jawad case. The ICMP  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  The UN Security Council has extended for 12 months the mandate of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya to assist the authorities in defining national needs and priorities and match those with offers of strategic and technical advice. It has also modified the two-year-old ban on arms imports to boost the country’s security and disarmament efforts. In  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  Libya plans to boost oil production according to Oil and gas Minister Abdulbari Al-Arusi. Speaking at the Prime Minister’s press conference, Sunday afternoon, he said that extra income from oil was needed to support development projects necessary to rebuild the country. Late last year, Libya indicated that it wanted to increase its OPEC quota of 1.5 million barrels  [ Read More ]