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Archive for September 18th, 2013

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17/09/2013 Libya’s prime minister has appealed for British help to remove weapons from the country amid fears of increased arms smuggling to Syria. Ali Zeidan met British PM David Cameron earlier and said weapons left after the collapse of the Gaddafi regime in 2011 were an “international” problem. On Monday the UN was told a “worrying” amount of weapons were  [ Read More ]

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Chris Stephen in Tripoli Tuesday 17 September 2013 It is Libya’s trial of the decade, the playboy scion and the sinister spymaster facing their accusers in a case that promises to lift the lid on both the horrors and the excesses of the former regime. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of former ruler Muammar Gaddafi, and Abdullah al-Senussi will go on  [ Read More ]

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17/09/2013 By Karen Dabrowska In a frank opening address to FDI Libya held in London Libya’s Prime Minister Ali Zidan admitted that the state (Libya) is under threat from terrorism and “we can’t start working unless all the weapons are collected.” He assured conference delegates that slow but sure steps are being taken to address the challenges facing the country.  [ Read More ]

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LONDON | Tue Sep 17, 2013 Libya aims to list one of its two state-owned mobile phone operators next year, the head of the North African country’s telecoms operator said on Tuesday, as it seeks to open up a sector long isolated from foreign investment. Government-controlled Libyan Post, Telecommunication and Information Technology Co (LPTIC) owns the country’s two mobile operators  [ Read More ]