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Sunday, 10 August, 2008, 2:17 ( 0:17 GMT )
 
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 Maltese President Makes Official Visit to Libya 
2/8/2008
The President of Malta Eddie Fenech Adami made a two-day official visit to Libya on Wednesday and held talks with the Leader of the Revolution in Tripoli focused on bilateral relations and issues of common interest.
 Libya, Russia to Further Strengthen Relations 
2/8/2008

 
The Secretary of the General People's Committee Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi met on Thursday in Moscow the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and both discussed the bilateral relations.
 50 kg Heroin Seized in Southern Libya 
2/8/2008
The Public Security Committee announced last week that it seized 50 km of Heroin and over one tonne of hashish.
 Al-Bashir: We will Not Deal with ICC 
2/8/2008
Sudan's president said he will never deal with the International Criminal Court where he faces charges of genocide in Darfur, according to a newspaper interview published Thursday.
 Maj. Gen. Jaber Attends Military College Graduation 
2/8/2008
Maj. Gen. Abubakr Yunis Jaber this morning attended graduation ceremony at Infantry and Armory School of a number of officers, non- commissioned officers and soldiers for the current training year 2007-2008.
 Iraq War's Total Cost Nearing Vietnam's Price Tag 
2/8/2008
The total cost of the Iraq war is approaching the Vietnam War's expense, a congressional report estimates, while spending for military operations after 9/11 has exceeded it.
 Tunisian Poulina Group Holding going public 
2/8/2008
 
From July 24th and including August 6th, 2008 Poulina Group Holding (PGH), one of the largest private groups in Tunisia, which has experienced continuous growth over the past 40 years, is floating 10% of its capital via a capital increase.
 Dubai's Borrowing will Swell to $32.5b in 2008 
2/8/2008
London: The Government of Dubai is raising a further $16.5 billion of loans for its commercial subsidiaries in the syndicated loan market and is turning to European and Asian lenders to counter a lack of liquidity among local banks, banking sources said.
 Verenex Makes New Oil Find in Libya 
2/8/2008
Canadian energy company Verenex has made a new oil discovery in the Ghadames Basin in Libya, Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Tuesday.
 Libya Says Its Mission is to Develop Africa as Kenyan 
2/8/2008
Speaking at a press conference that was held at Grand Regency Hotel in downtown Nairobi, the president of the Libya Africa Portfolio Fund for Investment (LAP), Mr. Bashir Saleh said Libya is planning to invest over $8 billion in Africa's economic sectors including oil, gas, air transport, tourism and the construction of oil refineries, among others, to help spur Africa's economic development.
 
Opinion: Do Clothes Make the Man?
By Zainab Al-Arabi
 
2/8/2008
A writer is a writer only when expressing a certain opinion or opinions belonging to a distinctive civilization and a known culture, and whatever the language he writes in and the culture he belongs to, every culture has established concepts and civilized principles to which it is affiliated. However this doesn’t mean that he can only write about his own culture.
 Libyans Commemorate the Blessed Night of Al-Isra 
2/8/2008
Libyan people and Muslims worldwide celebrated Tuesday night the anniversary of the Night of Al-Isra in which Allah the Almighty carried by night the Seal of His Prophets, Muhammad Ben Abdullah, peace be upon him, from the Inviolable Place of Worship (Mecca) to the Far Distant Place of Worship (al-Aqsa Mosque).
 China to provide cultural feast during Olympics 
2/8/2008
The Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (BOCOG) will provide a variety of unique cultural activities during the coming sports gala in August.
 
Paradox of an Unknown Paradise
By Sondos Elgatit
 
2/8/2008
Libya, it has often been said, is one of the least-visited places in the Mediterranean. Yet it is precisely this unknown quality which has increasingly been touted as one of its greatest attractions.
 Ghanem: Oil Price Decline could be Temporary, Oil Production will be Lower for Another Month 
31/7/2008
The sharp drop in oil prices from a record high earlier this month is probably temporary, but it would be worrying if it continued, Shukri Ghanem, Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation,says.
 Libya Releases Two Swiss Nationals, Resumes Oil Shipments to Bern 
31/7/2008
Two Swiss citizens held by Libya have been released on bail and are in good health and Libyan tanker with 80,000 tons of oil left Libya on Tuesday for Switzerland, a sign of easing tension between the two countries.
 Libya Frees Russian Oil Executive 
31/7/2008
A Russian oil executive detained in Libya since last year has been freed, his employers LUKOIL said on Thursday, hours before Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was due to host his Libyan counterpart.
 Portugal's Premier Visits Libya 
29/7/2008
The Leader of the Revolution received early last week the Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates and his accompanying delegation.
 Berlusconi Affirms Strong Relations with Leader 
29/7/2008
The Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi reiterated appreciation for the Leader of the Revolution and for the strong relations between them.
 National Security Advisor Meets British Coordinator of Security and Defense 
29/7/2008
Tripoli- Libya's National Security Advisor held on Thursday a meeting with the British Coordinator of Security and Defense between Libya and the UK in Tripoli.
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ADCB Awarded “The Bank of the Year” in the Middle East
The award received by Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) for its achievements set a clear example to other institutions in the Arab world to do the same with regard to ambitious plans for re-invention, expansion and growth.

COMESA Steps Towards Customs Union
Libya's hard and continued effort to make African countries enter into a meaningful union that can lead the whole continent towards economic development and progress seem to be bring results at least at regional levels.
 
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