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Archive for September 2nd, 2013

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By Saleh Sarrar & Maher Chmaytelli Sep 1, 2013 Libya’s government may stop paying civil servants by the end of the year as protests at petroleum facilities curtail the nation’s oil output to one-tenth of its capacity, a lawmaker warned today. The North African state is now producing 150,000 barrels a day, after losing 50,000 barrels in daily production yesterday  [ Read More ]

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Malta – 02/09/2013 Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has arrived in Malta today to join fellow ministers in talks with their Maltese counterparts. Zeidan had met Muscat in Tripoli, back in June, to discuss the delivery of oil cargoes at fixed prices. Three Libyan Ministers arrived Sunday evening on an official visit to Malta, the government announced in a brief  [ Read More ]

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Mon Sep 2, 2013 By Suleiman Al-Khalidi No end is in sight to the worst disruption to Libya’s oil industry since the civil war in 2011 as armed groups, security guards and oil workers with tribal loyalties shut down pipelines and oil ports across the country. Central state power is already tenuous and separatist groups are exploiting the stoppages, but  [ Read More ]

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By Tom Westcott. Tripoli, 1 September 2013 Some 200 people packed out the basement of Tripoli’s Art House last night for the opening of an exhibition highlighting the impact of Libya’s missing persons on children. The exhibition, organised by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), features a moving seven-minute video showing ten children individually talking to missing relatives,  [ Read More ]