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Archive for August 13th, 2013

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Tripoli, 12 August 2013 The Libyan authorities should urgently put into place legislative and judicial measures to protect the rights of journalists and guarantee freedom of press, said Reporters Without Borders (RWB). The international freedom of press NGO has said it is deeply concerned by the: “Increasingly dangerous and unstable environment in which those in the media are forced to  [ Read More ]

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Jamie Dettmer August 12, 2013 The Libyan oil industry is in the midst of its worst crisis since the 2011 civil war because of lawlessness and strikes at major petroleum facilities. In the latest disruption, security guards re-imposed a strike they called off over the weekend, forcing the closure of Libya’s two main crude oil export terminals. Operations had resumed  [ Read More ]

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12/08/2013 The new Libyan Army Chief of Staff, General Abdel Salam al-Obeidi, has urged all the tribes and all the Libyan cities to cooperate with the country’s security authorities in order to unmask the outlaws perpetrating violent acts and destroying the State’s institutions. The Libyan Army Chief insisted in a statement, on the necessity for the people of Libya to  [ Read More ]