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Archive for July 26th, 2013

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By Seraj Essul. Tripoli, 25 July 2013 The Interior Ministry’s official spokesman, Rami Kaal, has said that this morning’s RPG attack on the United Arab Emirates’ ambassadorial residence was an act of terrorism. Speaking outside the embassy compound, following an official visit to the diplomatic mission, he said the Ministry was very sorry about what had happened. Kaal told the  [ Read More ]

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July 25, 2013 In ten days’ work, Devonport-based survey ship HMS Echo found a string of sunken obstacles and wrecks – including what is believed to be a sunken amphibious ship from the Gaddafi era – in the waters of the capital Tripoli and the port of Al Khums. Lying some 160 feet (ft) beneath the surface of the Mediterranean,  [ Read More ]

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By BENOIT FAUCON 26/07/2013 Marathon Oil Corp. has notified Libya’s National Oil Co. that it is considering selling its stake in Libya’s largest foreign-oil partnership, two Libyan oil officials said. Recently, the U.S. company has increased its focus on the growth potential of its shale assets at home. On behalf of the government, Libya’s National Oil is reviewing whether to  [ Read More ]

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25-07-2013 Despite the unstable environment, Libyans are striving to resume normal life. The ICRC and the Libyan Red Crescent continue to provide urgent aid as needed, to promote detainee welfare and to improve water management. “Clashes have occasionally been flaring up in tense parts of the country, sometimes resulting in the displacement of thousands of people who seek safety in  [ Read More ]