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Archive for April 7th, 2014

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The Governments of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States welcome the agreement announced yesterday on the lifting of the blockade of oil exporting ports in the East of Libya. Our Governments congratulate Prime Minister Abdullah al Thinni and the Interim Government of Libya and their commitments to work together with the Libyan National Congress on these  [ Read More ]

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London – Press Office Libyan novelist Ahmed Fagih epic novel “Maps of the Soul” has been published this week in the UK in a new English translation. The English edition of the first three volumes of the twelve volume novel, which was published in Arabic back in 2007, has been published in Britain by the London based DARF Publishing house,  [ Read More ]

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Tripoli, 6 April 2014: The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has enough reserves to fund Libya for another three years without earning anything from oil sales, the bank’s head of reserves has said. “We have enough funds for three years without getting a single US cent from oil,” Musbah Alkari has told the Libya Herald. The bank had “more than $115  [ Read More ]

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The president of the Franco-Libyan Chamber of Commerce, Michel Casals, has been awarded the Légion d’Honneur, France’s highest decoration, for his work over the years in promoting and facilitating trade between the two countries. It was conferred on him on Thursday by the French Ambassador, Antoine Sivan. Speaking at the award ceremony in Tripoli, attended by large number of members  [ Read More ]

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Tripoli, 7 April 2014: Samsung’s authorized Libyan mobile dealer, Tawasel, introduced the latest in the Galaxy mobile range, the Galaxy S5 to Libya’s media at a Tripoli launch event today. Tawasel, with 15 distribution points across Libya have been the authorized Samsung mobile phone distributor in Libya for nearly seven years. Hichem Karchani, their Sales and Marketing Manager told Libya Herald that  [ Read More ]

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Two Libyan oil terminals have reopened, after rebels agreed partially to lift their oil blockade in a deal reached with the government. The terminals of Zueitina and Hariga in the east are now in government hands, the justice minister has said. Two other ports are due to reopen in the coming weeks. Oil exports have plummeted 80% in the past  [ Read More ]