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Archive for May 20th, 2013

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May 2013  An exhibition on English language study in the UK is being is being held at the Mahari Radisson Blu hotel on Tuesday and Wednesday, for prospective students, businesses and education centres. Universities, colleges and English language training centres from the UK will be represented at the two-day event, which aims to open and discuss training and partnership opportunities.  [ Read More ]

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Monday 20th May 2013  A court document filed by SNC-Lavalin alleges that a Canadian mediator and the bodyguard to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saadi, currently being given a safe haven in Niger, began planning the son’s escape from Libya as early as February 2011. And Canada was their first choice of destination in the early days of the uprising against  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  The Director of Project Management at the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Libya, Mr Hany Khchim revealed that his ministry will be embarking on an intensive project to enhance the country’s sports facilities by building 232 new projects in in all the regions of Libya that will include playgrounds, athletic tracks and also a the headquarters for  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 Misrata’s Theatre Hall this weekend hosted the city’s second Body Building International Tournament, in which 21 contestants from Egypt and Jordan as well as Libya, showed off their glistening torsos to a multinational panel of judges. The competition was watched by a large audience which included Mohamed Fitouri Sualim, the minister of  Labour and Retraining. The guest of  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  Greek companies are now looking to return to Libya, the country’s ambassador, Kyriakos Amiridis, told Transport Minister, Abdel-Qader Mohamed Ahmed, in a meeting this week. Ministry of Transport media officer, Abd Aladel Almahjob, told the Libya Herald that Amiridis said that Greek companies were keen to return to the country and resume their pre-revolution contracts. “The ambassador said that Greece is, in particular, willing  [ Read More ]