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Archive for August 16th, 2013

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Tripoli- LANA 16/08/2013 Mr Mohamed Abdelaziz Libya’s minister for foreign affairs and International cooperation said on Thursday:’ what’s happening in today’s Libya can neither lead to the establishment of a credible state nor it will lead into the right direction towards democracy.’ Mr Abdelaziz explained, in a press conference held at the PM head office in Tripoli, that the on-going  [ Read More ]

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16/08/2013 Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has threatened to use force to prevent guards striking at the country’s main ports from selling oil independently. He said any ship approaching the ports which does not have a contract with Libya’s official oil company would be “bombed from the sea or the air”. The workers have been striking over pay for several  [ Read More ]

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By Dinesh Nair DUBAI | Thu Aug 15, 2013 A unit of Libya’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy a 35-percent stake in state-owned Tunisie Telecom from a conglomerate owned by Dubai’s ruler, three sources aware of the matter said. Dubai Holding’s arm, Emirates International Telecommunications LLC (EIT), is trying to reduce debt and is set to take  [ Read More ]

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By Seraj Essul. Tripoli, 15 August 2013 No goals were scored in yesterday’s friendly international football match between Libya and the Central African Republic, but the FIFA-listed game took Libya up one notch to 69th in the FIFA world rankings. There were several wasted opportunities on the Libyan side in the first half, especially when Mohammed Al-Shebli’s shot in the  [ Read More ]