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Archive for August 1st, 2013

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July 31, 2013 The Libyan government confirmed Wednesday its new military chief of staff was sworn in amid a heightened state of emergency. Abdulsalam Jad Allah al-Salheen al-Obaidi was named as the new military chief of staff Tuesday. He was subsequently promoted to the rank of major general and later sworn in by members of the General National Congress, the  [ Read More ]

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High court judge sides with British-based woman who said she was owed commission on sale of private jet to Libyan leader Owen Bowcott, legal affairs correspondent Wednesday 31 July 2013 A billionaire Saudi prince has been ordered by the high court to pay $10m (£6.5m) in commission to a British-based Jordanian woman for selling his luxurious private jet to Colonel  [ Read More ]

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MISRATA, Libya | Wed Jul 31, 2013 A former minister in the government of Muammar Gaddafi was sentenced to death on Wednesday for inciting violence against protesters during the uprising that led to the Libyan dictator’s overthrow in 2011, his lawyer said on Wednesday. In the first such ruling against a Gaddafi-era official, a court in Misrata found Ahmed Ibrahim  [ Read More ]

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31/07/2013 Libyan oil exports could be drastically reduced or stopped altogether if blockades of oil port were not ended soon. Speaking at joint conference with the Prime Minister, Abdulbari Al-Araousi, the Libyan Minister of Oil, warned that the situation is no longer tolerable and something needs to be done about the closure of oil terminals by armed groups. “The armed  [ Read More ]

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By Sami Zaptia. Tripoli, 30 July 2013 With only 40 days until the opening day of the 10th Libyan Healthcare Exhibition 2013, to be held from 10-12 September at the Tripoli International Fairgrounds, organizers say that they are expecting a large turnout. The exhibition, covering 10,000 square metres, is supported by the Ministry of Health and is considered the biggest  [ Read More ]