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Thursday, 30 August, 2007, 16:32 ( 14:32 GMT )
Libyan Navy Searches for Migrant Boat Adrift Off Coast
The Libyan navy is searching the Mediterranean for 59 African immigrants said to have been cast adrift in a rubber boat from a ship on which they had been robbed.
Libya Strongly Denies Egyptian Media Allegations of Expelling Egyptian Citizens
Libyan Foreign Affairs official says all that is being published in Egyptian newspapers and alleging Libya is expelling Egyptian citizens from country is baseless and that Libya has the documents to prove otherwise.
Opinion: The China Syndrome By Dr. Mustafa Fetouri
I must admit that I admire China’s strive and determination to claim its long over- due place as a world economic power. The country has come a long way to be what it is today, and the world has to live with that. However, manufacturing in China seems to be not enjoying the best of times and it is negatively affecting the country’s reputation.
Opinion: The extended family (Part Two) By Zainab Al-Arabi
The rule of the Ottoman Turks in Libya (1553-1912) was centralised in Tripoli, where the ruling dynasty was preoccupied with its own internal political intrigue, and filling its coffers from maritime commerce and the slave trade. The rest of the country - the three provinces of Tripolitania, Cyrenaica, and Fezzan - were left to the mercy of Turkish ‘pashas’ who acted as overseers, taxation officials, and judges.
Saif-Al-Islam: LD104 Bilion Worth of Projects in a Year, Calls for Independent Media
Speaking to a huge youth rally in the city of Benghazi on 20 august 2007, Saif Al-Islam AL-Qathafi said the country have already signed LD 140 billion worth of project in housing, education, health and services sectors.
Libya-Malta Talks on Illegal Immigration "Positive”
A Maltese delegation that visited Libya for two days said talks with Libyan authorities on immigration issues were "positive" and "cordial".
Libya Leads Preparations for UN Racism Conference
Next week in Geneva Libya will head a United Nations-convened meeting between 20 nations to begin to lay the groundwork for a global conference on racism in 2009.
Boustead Says Wins $197mln Libyan Housing Project
Engineering services firm Boustead Singapore said on Wednesday it has won a $197 million contract in Libya to design and build a new township. It will hold a 65 percent interest in the contract.
Siyala: US Diplomat's Visit to Enhance Bilateral Relations
The top US diplomat David Welch, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, early in the week held talks with a Libyan official, focusing on making plans for a possible trip by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Libya later this year. Welch had two days of meetings.
Halaq Al Reeh - The Story of a Social Revolution
Book Review by Ghazi Gheblawi of A novel by Salih Senoussi
(Dar Al Helal 2002 - Cairo (159 pages)

This is the story of social evolution, it tells us how we came to be what we are now, and why we face the world the way we do. It is the story of Halaq Al Reeh, which can be literally translated as ‘The Wind Valley’, and the people who dwell this mythical land.
Energy Groups Eye Libyan Gas Deals
It is a fact that Libya is attracting high-level interest from multinational energy companies looking to develop its gas reserves. The attendance of scores of company executives on Wednesday who piled into the ballroom of a London hotel to hear Libyan state oil company executives present details of the country's first gas-only licensing round, due in December is proof enough.
Hill International Say It was Selected by Libya as Program Manager for Bardiyah Development
According to a press release issue on Thursday, Hill International, the worldwide construction consulting firm, said that Birdi Tourism Investments Co. has selected Hill as program manager for the Bardiyah Development, a multi-billion-dollar waterfront development program located east of Tobruk, Libya.
Opinion: The Extended Family Part I
By Zainab Al-Arabi
Being part of a very large extended family in Libya (as most Libyans are) can either be an incredibly wonderful life experience, or it can be an extremely suffocating one. It depends on one’s character, personality and individuality. Often, somehow, even life-long neighbours and friends mysteriously become part of the extended family.
AU: We've Gotten Enough African Troops to Keep Peace in Darfur
African nations have committed enough troops to keep the peace in Darfur so there is no need to involve peacekeepers from outside the continent, the African Union Commission chairman last week.
HIB Selects AECOM as Primary Consultant
The American AECOM Technology Corporation announced Wednesday that it has been selected as the primary consultant and program manager by the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Housing and Infrastructure Board (HIB).
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Halaq Al Reeh - The Story of a Social Revolution
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Libyan Prosecutor: Palestinian Doctor Who Infected 438 Libyan Children with HIV Granted Bulgarian citizenship as Part of a Deal to Join the Plot
Libyan prosecutor says the decision by Bulgarian government to grant citizenship to the Palestinian doctor convicted to death was part of a deal the doctor made with number one defendant nurse Christiana Valcheva in exchange for his role in infecting 439 Libyan children with HIV.
 
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