2013 July 2 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for July 2nd, 2013

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By Tom Westcott. Tripoli, 2 July 2013 The British government has strenuously denied claims made by a UK newspaper that hundreds of soldiers are to be deployed in Libya. The UK has offered to train some 2,000 Libyan soldiers, responding to a request from the Libyan government. However, the British said today: “There are no plans to conduct this training  [ Read More ]

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By Ashraf Abdul Wahab Tripoli, 1 July 2013: Ghariyan Revolutionaries today handed over formal control of the city’s Khalifa Al Tekbai camp to the army in a ceremony attended by the new president of the GNC Nuri Abu Sahmain. The occupants of the camp are not moving out, but will now come under Tripoli military Area Command and are now  [ Read More ]

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Mon Jul 1, 2013  New protests have shut down several Libyan oilfields, cutting output by around a third, industry sources said, as Libya struggles to maintain stability in an industry vital to the economy and state revenue. Workers calling for management change shut down production at several fields belonging to Zueitina Oil Company on Monday, while a separate security dispute  [ Read More ]

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By Marie-Louise Gumuchian GHARYAN, Libya | Mon Jul 1, 2013 Deep inside Libya’s western Nafusa Mountains, some 10 meters into the ground, Al-Arabi Belhaj is preparing mint tea in a somewhat unusual dwelling. Sitting on colorful rugs on the floor and surrounded by clay pots, the 43-year old describes life in what used to be his home – a troglodyte  [ Read More ]