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Archive for October 11th, 2013

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The abduction and release of the Libyan Prime Minister make it all the more urgent for the Libyan people to work together for national reconciliation and establishment of the rule of law, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said in a statement last night. “I have been most concerned about the abduction of the Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, but  [ Read More ]

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Oct 4th: 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. *A Tripoli  court will decide October 24 whether to indict more than 20 senior figures from Gaddafi’s  regime charged with killing protesters during the 2011 revolt that toppled him. *Libyan military and civil courts have  [ Read More ]

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Tripoli, 10 October 2013 “Libyan did not risk their lives in their 2011 revolution to tolerate a return to thuggery” said US Secretary of State John Kerry in a statement issued this evening. After welcoming Zeidan’s release and condemning “the events of the last 24 hours that captured the attention of the world” Kerry went on to warn: “If a  [ Read More ]

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11/10/2013 During his first appearance in public since he was kidnapped by armed men on Thursday morning, Libya’s Prime Minister Ali Zidan said that what happened to him was part of the ongoing political struggle that will not affect the security situation. Zidan was liberated by Libyan armed forces and revolutionaries affiliated with the Ministry of Defence when they stormed  [ Read More ]