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Archive for April 17th, 2013

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April 2013 A nation-wide appeal to stand for a united Libya has been launched  by a group of independent activists and others from civil society organisations. The event planned for 19 April, Friday, plans to show to the outside world that Libyans are in favour of unity, transitional justice and national reconciliation, a Libya that says ‘Yes’ to moving  beyond  [ Read More ]

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April 2013  Benghazi’s position as the Libyan Capital of Culture will be launched with a carnival this weekend. It will begin with a parade starting from Tahrir Square, which will proceed along Independence Street, ending at the Tibesti Hotel. The procession will include floats from various groups and organisations, including the Scouts, fashion students and children. Vehicles participating will be  [ Read More ]

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April 2013 The three-day Libyan Annual International Dental Exhibition & Conference (LAIDEC) will start on Saturday at Tripoli’s Rixos Hotel. LAIDEC is the most important dentistry event in the capital, attracting dental practitioners, researchers and teachers. Scientific research papers will be given at the conference and there will be opportunities for professionals working in the dental sector to exchange knowledge  [ Read More ]

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April 2013  According to a recent study from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the African Development Bank (AfDB), about 70% of Tunisian workers who left Libya after the revolution want to come back to the country. Commenting on a report published on March 30, AfDB Regional Director Jacob Kolster said that “Libya has great potential as a country  [ Read More ]

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April 2013  Eighty-nine sub-Saharan African migrants who had been drifting in a boat for five days have been rescued to Libyan coastguard, but not before the migrants had to dump the bodies of five people who died on the journey overboard, Libya’s state agency LANA has reported. The news agency quoted Libyan naval official Colonel Ayub Omar Gacem as saying the Libyan  [ Read More ]