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Archive for August 19th, 2013

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Aug. 18, 2013 Libya’s oil and gas minister says the closure of the country’s oil ports has resulted in massive economic losses. During a press conference Saturday in the Libyan capital Tripoli, Oil and Gas Minister Abdel-Barri Arrousi told reporters that since July 25 the nation had lost nearly $1.6 billion in oil revenues as a result of the shutdown,  [ Read More ]

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18/08/2013 Libya’s Interior Minister, Mohammed Khalifa al-Sheikh, has resigned only three months after taking up the post. Mr Sheikh said he lacked support of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan and complained of interference by members of the General National Congress (GNC). The interior ministry has come under pressure to deal with violence that has plagued Libya since the 2011 uprising that  [ Read More ]

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17/08/2013 Libya—One guard has been wounded and four cars parked nearby the Egyptian consulate in Benghazi, Libya as a result of a bomb blast that ripped through the garden wall on Saturday. The blast occurred a few hours after the Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan issued a statement that Libya “views what is happening in Egypt in terms of politics  [ Read More ]

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By Mustafa J. Salem. Figure 1: The milking scene, one of many popular engravings in the Messak, showing a cow being milked which was one of the activities of daily life during prehistoric times. Note that the lower right part of the engraving is lighter in colour. This is due to damage to the patina of the engraving and was  [ Read More ]