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Archive for June 7th, 2013

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June 2013 Libya’s economy is limited and dependant on hydrocarbons and is the least diversified of oil-producing nations with oil representing 96 percent of exports, he added. But despite these challenges there are many reasons for optimism including Libya’s strategic position, its population with 50 percent between the age of 18 and 45 years old and oil reserves of 60  [ Read More ]

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June 2013  After an absence of more than two years, Libya Friday hosts the first international football competition match when the national football team meets DR Congo in a Group I 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Tripoli. Then seven days later, on the 14th, Libya hosts Togo from the same group in Benina, Benghazi. Following on last week’s friendly  [ Read More ]

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Friday 7th June 2013  The Arete Cinema Club, which regularly shows films in Tripoli, is expanding to Benghazi and Zawia, where it will hold weekly film screenings. The arts were neglected under the old regime, and Cinemas and theatres in Libya were closed for decades. The Arete Cinema Club, which started in October last year, aims to reintroduce films to  [ Read More ]

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Friday 7th June 2013  Major regional organisations including the Arab League, the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) and the EU-funded project ‘Paving the Way for the Mediterranean Solar Plan (PWMSP), took part in a roundtable on the best practices to engage local energy actors, and on how to relate energy regulation to national economic and social  [ Read More ]