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Archive for July 8th, 2013

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By: John Hooper in Rome Friday 5 July 2013 The testimony of a woman who was sexually tortured under the Gaddafi regime is proving a catalyst for political change in Libya When Hussein was searching desperately for his son in the last days of the 2011 revolution that toppled Libya’s dictator, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, he was told of a villa  [ Read More ]

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Sun Jul 7, 2013 Libyan protesters took to the streets on Sunday calling for the disbanding of militias that have plagued Tripoli since the end of the 2011 war. The government said it was working on taking back control of the interior ministry besieged by an armed group that entered the building on Tuesday and ordered staff to leave. A  [ Read More ]

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Sun Jul 7, 2013 An agreement has been reached with security guards who had shut down two oil ports in eastern Libya, allowing exports to resume, an official present at the negotiations said on Sunday. Members of the security forces guarding Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports had shut them down in the last few days after they demanded better  [ Read More ]

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05/07/2013 During his visit to Italy on Thursday Prime Minister Ali Zidan told his Italian hosts that Libya needs all the support it can to fight illegal immigration and that Italy and the European Union should do more in this regards. Zidan said Libya is to send 5000 soldiers to Italy for training in the coming weeks as the country  [ Read More ]

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By Ahmed Elumami Tripoli, 7 July 2013 The revolution is not “a gold mine nor an opportunity to redistribute wealth but rather a chance for the equality of rights and duties to rebuild the state and the nation” said new General National Congress president Nuri Abu Sahmain in his first major speech. He maintained, in a broadcast on state TV  [ Read More ]