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Wednesday, 1 December, 2010, 2:16 ( 0:16 GMT )
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.
UN official: Bosnia war rapes must be prosecuted
A UN official said Friday that a better job needs to be done in prosecuting rape cases that occurred during the Bosnian war nearly two decades ago, and in other armed conflicts worldwide.
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.
Burkina Faso president re-elected by landslide
President Blaise Compaore, one of Africa's last remaining 'Big Men' who seized power in a bloody coup 23 years ago, was re-elected by a landslide in a vote rejected by the opposition.
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.
New French Defense Minister: Afghanistan is Trap for Us All
“Afghanistan is, I would say, a trap for all the parties involved there," Reuters quoted Juppe, a former prime minister who was appointed defense minister last Sunday, as saying.
Nigerian Military Frees Hostages
Nigeria's military freed the 19 hostages in an operation on Wednesday night in the Niger Delta region, the heart of one of the world's largest oil industries. The victims included American, Canadian, French, Indonesian and Nigerian nationals.
Libyan Pilgrims Headed to Mecca on Thursday in Their Final Ritual
The Libyan news agency JANA reported Thursday that Libyan pilgrims had completed the of stoning the devil at Mina valley in good health conditions and headed to Mecca to rap up their hajj.
Shrinking Israel: Govt. Agrees Abandoning Occupied Lebanese Village of Ghajar
Israel's security cabinet approved plans on Wednesday to withdraw troops from part of an occupied Lebanese village of Ghajar and hand over control to a UN peacekeeping force.
Russia wants fair trial of suspected arms dealer
Russia has no military secrets to hide in the case of suspected arms dealer Viktor Bout and wants to ensure he has a fair trial in a US court, senior officials said on Thursday.
Website revealing Israeli Cast Lead war criminals Removed
A website that published a list of 200 Israeli soldiers that participated in Operation Cast Lead under the headline "Israeli War Criminals" was removed on Thursday from the internet.
 
 
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