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Africans Seek Credible EU Commitment and Partnership
African economists and business leaders who have taken part in an EU-African Business Forum in Tripoli sounded discouraged by the state of affairs of the economic and cooperation relationship between the African Union and European Union.
Third AU-EU Summit in Tripoli on Monday
Over 80 heads of state and government representing the African Union (AU) and the European Union (EU) are to meet in Tripoli, Libya on Monday 29 and 30 November, to discuss investment, economic growth and job creation in Africa.
Libya, Ukraine Sign Cooperation Agreements
Libya and Ukraine signed on Tuesday in Tripoli several agreements to strengthen bilateral cooperation between both countries. The Secretary of the General People's Committee, Dr. Baghdadi Mahmoudi, and the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Mykola Azarov, commended the outcome of the session.
Baghdadi, Schroder discuss investment in Libya
The secretary of the Libyan general people's committee, Dr Baghdadi Mahmoudi, on Tuesday evening in Tripoli, held talks with former German chancellor, Gerhard Schroder who is leading an economic delegation to Libya.
Erdogan Awarded Gaddafi Human Rights Award
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is to be the guest of honor at the 3rd European Union-Africa Summit on Nov. 28 in Libya, where he will be given an award by the country's human rights committee.
Israeli troops raze mosque, buildings in West Bank
Israeli occupying troops razed a mosque and more than 10 other structures in two areas of the occupied West Bank on Thursday, Palestinian sources told AFP.
Emirates Building Systems Showcases Tripoli Airport Project
Big 5 Show 2010' - the leading exhibition for Middle East's construction industry, which took place from November 22 to 25 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Libyan Business Community Pinpoint Factors that could Speed Up Economic Restructuring
The Libyan business community held a meeting at the Tripoli Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI) head quarters in the centre of Tripoli in mid November.
GM Capitalizes on Africa's Growth, Restructures Business
General Motors on Monday announced that it will restructure its business in Africa to capitalise on growing opportunities across the continent.
Putin backtracks on EU-Russia free trade zone
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin toned down Friday his enthusiasm for a vast EU-Russia free trade zone after German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave his proposals a cool reception in Berlin.
Libya, German oil companies sign prospecting contract
The Libyan Oil Company (NOC) and the German oil company, RW Dia E North Africa and Middle-East, here Wednesday signed a deal for the exploration and sharing of products under a new formula PANA reported.
Ireland nears rescue but Portugal denies it's next
Ireland hammered out the final details of an EU/IMF rescue on Friday as financial market pressure mounted on Portugal and Spain despite vehement denials from euro zone governments that they too might require bailouts.
Italy to make Jeeps in billion-dollar Chrysler deal
A historic Fiat plant in northern Italy is to start producing Chrysler Jeeps from 2012 under a billion-euro deal announced Friday aimed at deepening ties between the Italian giant and its US partner.
38 percent of Europeans see tackling poverty as a main challenge for EU Africa relations, says Eurobarometer
A special Eurobarometer on EU-Africa relations published ahead of the EU-Africa Summit in Libya on 29/30 November shows that European citizens broadly agree with the focus of cooperation between the two partners. For Europeans, the main challenges for cooperation are to tackle poverty (38%), peace and security (34%), and human rights (33%).
NATO Leaders Do Not See Iran as Missile Threat
Iran seems to be winning in its diplomatic derive as diplomats said NATO summit in Lisbon would not mention Iran as a missile threat in the public document they adopt.
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Croatia Become First Winners of Mediterranean Futsal Cup After Beating Libya on Penalties
A penalty shoot-out decided the first winners of the Mediterran Futsal Cup in Libya with Croatia becoming the first winners at the end of a keenly contested and amazing final. Croatia won 3- (after 1-1 in normal time) to go down in history as the first victors of the competition.
1st Mediterranean Futsal Cup Starts Monday: Libya Most Favoured to Succeed
The stage is now set for the First Mediterranean Futsal Cup to be played November 1-19 in Libya and with the hosts, currently ranked 19th in the world after their showing at the Grand Prix in Brazil, firmly tipped by their opponents to emerge as champions in a tournament that has the participation of 16 national teams.
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