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Archive for September, 2013

Posted by admin On Sep - 30 - 2013 0 Comment

By Michel Cousins Tripoli, 29 September 2013 Rebuilding Libya’s ability to ensure its security – internally and externally – is seen as the key issue for the government at present. It is because of the lack of security that the eastern oil terminals are blockaded, that Libya’s oil production is down. It is why there have been power cuts and  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 30 - 2013 0 Comment

By Maher Chmaytelli Sep 29, 2013 Libya’s oil production exceeded 700,000 barrels a day, nearly 45 percent of installed capacity, on higher output from the western region, said Oil Ministry Measurement Director Ibrahim Al Awami. The Hamada oil field resumed operations this weekend, adding 8,000 barrels a day to the North African nation’s crude production, he said in a telephone  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 27 - 2013 0 Comment

September 26th, 2013 By Mick Krever, CNN “Libya is not a failing state,” Prime Minister Ali Zeidan emphatically told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in an interview that aired Thursday. “The state of Libya doesn’t exist yet.” “We are trying to create a state, and we are not ashamed of that,” he said. “The outside world believes that Libya is failing, but  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 27 - 2013 0 Comment

Sept. 26, 2013 Libya wants to see members of the former regime of Moammar Gadhafi returned from countries where they found shelter after the war, the prime minister said. Gadhafi died after falling into rebel hands in the waning stages of Libya’s civil war. The colonel and several members of his regime were suspected of committing war crimes during the  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 27 - 2013 0 Comment

By Libya Herald staff Tripoli, 25 September 2o13 A multi-sector British trade delegation organised by the London-based Libya-British Business Council (LBBC) has been in Tripoli for the past four days meeting with Libyan officials and businessmen. The group, led by former British Ambassador in Tripoli, Sir Dominic Asquith, comprised 10 companies includes ones that have an established presence in Libya,  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 27 - 2013 0 Comment

26 SEPTEMBER 2013 One hundred Libyan students have won bursaries provided by the Italian government to study in Italy during the 2013/2014 academic year. The students will be arriving in Italy between October and November. Along with the head of the Libyan Graduates Association in Italy, Salah Zarough, and the association’s board of directors, they have met with Italian ambassador  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 26 - 2013 0 Comment

25 September 2013 The Libyan people are moving towards building their own modern democratic State, the country’s Prime Minister today told the United Nations General Assembly, while also urging continued international support, particularly from neighbouring countries. “I should reassure the international community that Libya is moving steadily and confidently with a solid will and a genuine desire towards the establishment  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 26 - 2013 0 Comment

25/09/2013 Libya have reached agreement with former Spain boss Javier Clemente to take over as national team coach. The Spaniard is in talks with the Libyan Football Federation (LFF), who released a picture on Monday of Clemente arriving at Tripoli airport. LFF president Anwar Altashani told Spanish sports publication AS that Clement would “begin work as the head of our  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 26 - 2013 0 Comment

Tripoli, 25 September 2013 If Libya wants to stop its cultural heritage being plundered, it needs a dedicated and specialised unit to lead the fight, along with a comprehensive database of the country’s historic assets, including details of all that have already been stolen. A five-day UNESCO conference at Sabratha on combatting thieves and smugglers of priceless cultural artefacts, which  [ Read More ]

Posted by admin On Sep - 26 - 2013 0 Comment

By Mariam Sami & Saleh Sarrar Sep 25, 2013 Libya’s Zawiya port exported its first crude cargo this month after flows were restored from oilfields that supply the terminal. The nation, which canceled deliveries from several other ports because of protests by guards, shipped a 700,000-barrel cargo from the terminal yesterday, Mansur Abdullah, the oil movement coordinator at the Zawiya  [ Read More ]