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Archive for January 3rd, 2014

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Libyan troops found the bodies of a British man and a New Zealand woman shot dead southwest of Tripoli on Thursday, a security source told AFP. “The bodies of a British man and a New Zealand woman who had been killed by bullets were found on the beach in Mellitah on Thursday afternoon,” the source said. The bodies had been  [ Read More ]

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Tuareg tribes from all over Libya gather in Ghat to celebrate their traditional culture The Guardian: Friday 3 January 2014  The two-day Ghat international festival includes a programme of camel races, folk music and traditional dance. Photograph: Esam Omran Al-Fetori/Reuters The ancient city of Ghat, lies in the south-west corner of Libya, about 845 miles south of Tripoli. Photograph: Esam Omran  [ Read More ]

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In the brutal hours before and after Gaddafi’s overthrow and throughout the revolutionary aftermath of the past year, Luke Harding and Martin Chulov have reported for the Guardian from inside Libya. In this Guardian Short, brand-new reportage gives in vivid, personal detail, an eyewitness account of the moment of Gaddafi’s capture and the current state of Libya. The end for  [ Read More ]

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Two Americans were arrested Thursday night by Libyan security agents inside Benghazi University campus according to a security source speaking to the official Libyan news agency (Lana). The source said that the security office, at the university, handed over the two detainees to the investigation unit of the Army’s Special Forces in Benghazi. He added that the Americans stated that  [ Read More ]