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Archive for September 4th, 2013

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Tripoli, 3 September 2013 In the face of a catastrophic shutdown of the country’s oil production, the GNC has cancelled its planned agenda today, to set up a Crisis Committee to deal with the current situation. The newly-formed committee will try to negotiate with protestors who are staging armed strikes at oil fields and export terminals across the country. The  [ Read More ]

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By Rory Johnston | Tue, 03 September 2013 Oil prices are at a six-month high and no one knows exactly what is going to happen in Syria nor how it will ultimately affect oil prices in the coming weeks. However, in addition to fear, the recent spike in oil prices also reflects more fundamental supply factors: Libya, a major regional  [ Read More ]

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By Emily Sharpe 04 September 2013 Several ancient tombs at a Unesco World Heritage Site in northeastern Libya have been bulldozed to clear space for a residential complex. Local farmers, who have laid claim to part of the vast necropolis at Cyrene, began demolishing a mile-long section of the site last week in the hope of selling 500 sq. m  [ Read More ]

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September 3, 2013 – Gulf News Emirates resumed passenger flights to Tripoli, Libya, this week for the first time since suspending services more than two years ago, the airline said on Tuesday. An Emirates spokesperson said the re-launch passenger flight departed on Sunday September 1. Flights had been suspended since February 2011, the spokesperson added. “Solid early bookings have demonstrated  [ Read More ]