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Archive for October 4th, 2013

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04/10/2013 Mr Mohamed Abdelaziz the Libyan minister for foreign affairs and international co-operation said the Libyan concerned authorities started the implementation of a full strategy for diplomatic missions’ protection after the attack on the Russian embassy in Tripoli. In telephone interview conducted with him by ‘Russia Today’ channel Mr Abdelaziz said the attack on the Russian Embassy in Tripoli was  [ Read More ]

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Thu Oct 3, 2013 By Thomas Grove Russia evacuated embassy staff and their families from Libya on Thursday after gunmen tried to storm its diplomatic mission in Tripoli. The attackers, who dispersed when embassy security guards opened fire, had planned to avenge the murder of a Libyan military officer by a Russian woman living in Tripoli, the foreign ministry said  [ Read More ]

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03/10/2013 The Italian and Libyan Army Chiefs of Staff, Luigi Mantili and Abdel Salam al-Abidi respectively, held talks Tuesday in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on how to reinforce their military ties, especially in the area of border security. The two top military chiefs held a two-hour working session behind closed doors, centered on the areas of capacity building as well  [ Read More ]

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04/10/2013 The UK’s Middle East Association (MEA) will be bringing a multi-sector trade mission to Libya from 6th-10th October 2013 in co-operation with IE Consultancy, comprising representatives of British companies and organisations who will be looking to explore opportunities and establish business relationships with Libyan companies. The mission programme will include a B2B networking reception at the Corinthia Hotel on  [ Read More ]

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LONDON | Thu Oct 3, 2013 Libya’s National Oil Corp (NOC) is interested in buying Marathon Oil’s stake in one of the North African country’s most important joint ventures, Oil Minister Abdelbari Arusi has said. U.S. oil firm Marathon is considering the possible sale of its stake in Libya’s Waha Oil Company, which has capacity of 350,000 barrels per day  [ Read More ]