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Monday, 1 February, 2010, 16:37 ( 14:37 GMT )
Egypt under coach Hassan Shehata are basking in the glow of the spotlight at the end of the final of the Africa Cup of Nations competition in Angola after beating Ghana 1-0 at the November 11 Stadium in Luanda with a goal by substitute Mohamed Nagy Gedo late in the game that has earned them a new record of three titles in a row – all under Shehata - and seven victories in the competition.
The Leader of the Revolution Thursday took part in the General People's Congress gathering and addressed the Congress saying that he made the intervention with the aim to strengthen people's authority and power.
The General People's Congress (GPC), the highest legislative authority in Libya, reshuffled its secretariat with the appointment of Mohamed Aboulghasem Al-Zwai, a former Secretary of Justice and former ambassador to Britain and Morocco, as secretary to take over from Imbarak Al-Shamikh.
During his visit to Russia, Maj. Gen. Abu Bakr Yunis Jaber toured around various sections, departments, and classrooms and training halls of the academy.
In a letter sent to the chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Angela Merkel, Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, chief proponent of the "Tomorrow's Libya" project, criticized the upcoming weapons deal between Germany and Israel.
The executive Council of the community of the Sahelo-Saharan states (CEN-SAD), which brings together foreign ministers of member countries, has been meeting in an extraordinary consultative meeting meant to harmonise its stands in view of the forthcoming 14th African Union (AU) summit to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
During the visit by President Bashar al-Assad of Syria to Libya last Sunday he discussed with the Leader of the Revolution the latest developments in the Arab world and the preparations for the upcoming Arab summit due to be held in Tripoli in March.
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon announced Thursday he will attend the 14th African Union summit in Ethiopia from January 29 to 31.
The Governor of the Libyan Central Bank (BCL), Farhat Ben Ghdara has said that because of the financial policies adopted by the country, chief of which is avoiding dependency on foreign countries and loans from international financial institutions, the country's economy has not been affected by the world financial crisis.
Humble factories, small trading companies and workshops are vital cogs in most economies, and particularly developing countries. Yet in the Gulf they have often been overshadowed by sprawling state and family-owned conglomerates.
According to the Libyan People's General Committee for Industry, Economy and Trade, Libya has adopted a three-year - 2010-2013 - development plan for industrialisation, estimated at LD 3,393 billion.
Libya's sovereign fund has bought the most shares in Russian aluminum giant RusAl's initial public offering in Hong Kong, along with Russia's national development bank Vnesheconombank (VEB), a business daily reported on Monday.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU) have signed in Cairo a partnership agreement to alleviate poverty and hunger in the Arab region.
The third Arab Media Outlook, expected to be unveiled in February, has shown a fast growing popularity of social media in the Arab World, said Maryam Bin Fahad, Executive Director, Dubai Press Club.
The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ), the regional organisation of the International Federation of Journalists, was hosted last Friday, 22 January 2010, for the first time by leaders of the Commission of the African Union (AU) at its headquarters in Addis Ababa on the eve of the meeting of African leaders.
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