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Archive for July 16th, 2013

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By Sami Zaptia. Tripoli, 16 July 2013: Defending his decision to seek the foreign training of Libya’s security forces at Sunday’s press conference, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said that from the first day that he received office he was intent on training Libya’s security forces. However, he noted that during his first four months in office there was not much  [ Read More ]

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By Mohamed Eljarh Monday, July 15, 2013 The military-orchestrated overthrow of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy has captured the attention of the Arab Spring nations. The impact of the events in Cairo may be most significant for Egypt’s neighbor Libya, which has been watching the situation unfold with mixed feelings. Unlike its counterparts in Egypt and Tunisia, the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood  [ Read More ]

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By Asmaa Elourfi in Benghazi for Magharebia 15/07/2013 The Benghazi Medical Centre recently held the first in a series of new bi-monthly training workshops. The project comes as Libya works to address the challenges facing the country’s medical sector. “It is a one of a kind workshop in terms of focusing on new doctors and transferring to them skills and  [ Read More ]

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Mon, 15 Jul 2013 Operations at Libya’s eastern  have resumed but so far only oil stored at the terminal is being exported as oilfields remain shut down by striking workers, an engineer said on Monday. “Export operations resumed as of noon (1000 GMT) and we started to export what was stored at the port,” the engineer at the terminal, who  [ Read More ]