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 Desert Energy - A Mighty Stimulus for Economic Development 
3/11/2011
With the armed conflict in Libya coming to an end, the Arab Spring has reached an important milestone. Now the question arises of how to resolve the economical and social issues in the Arab world that triggered these events in the first place.
 US Marine and Hydrokinetic (MHK) Renewable Energy Technology Roadmap Announced 
3/11/2011
The Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition (OREC) has unveiled the first US Marine and Hydrokinetic (MHK) Technology Roadmap that describes the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the MHK industry and outlines a clear and logical path to its commercialisation.
 Libya Waits for New Govt. Before Seeking Release of More Frozen Assets 
3/11/2011
Libya will wait until a new government is in place before pushing for the release of more Libyan assets frozen abroad, an official with the country’s stabilisation group said.
 Disarming Ex-Fighters a Most Pressing Problem for Libyan Leaders 
3/11/2011
More than two months after the fall of Tripoli, Libya's new leaders are still struggling to secure massive weapons depots, stop the smuggling of munitions out of the country and disarm thousands of fighters who brought down the former dictator Muammar Al Qathafi's regime.
 
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
 
3/11/2011
The prosecutor of the international war crimes tribunal said Wednesday that his office will "impartially and independently" examine allegations of crimes committed by NATO and opposition forces, as well as by pro-Al Qathafi troops, during this year's fighting in Libya.
 Italy First Europeans to Resume Flights to Tripoli 
3/11/2011
 
Italy became the first European country to resume commercial flights to Libya Wednesday following the end of the eight-month long conflict that ousted Muammar Al Qathafi form power, when an Alitalia flight landed in the Libyan capital Tripoli
 On First Libya Visit Since Uprising UN Chief Says UN Ready to Help 
2/11/2011
 
United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, on a previously unannounced visit to Libya, his first since the uprising that toppled its long-time dictator Muammar Al Qathafi, on Wednesday said the UN would stand by Libya’s side on its path to democracy. He also urged Libya’s new leaders to quickly secure chemical weapons, nuclear materials and shoulder-fired missiles, some of which have been left unguarded during the eight-month conflict.
 Opposition Party Lifts Boycott Threat for Liberia Runoff Ballot 
2/11/2011
Liberia's main opposition party, that includes former international football George Weah on its ticket, has made a u-turn and announce it will be participating in next week's presidential runoff vote. It had previously threatened a boycott.
 US Cuts UNESCO Funding For Granting Palestine Full Membership 
2/11/2011
The UNESCO General Conference on Monday voted to admit Palestine as its 195th member state. The vote at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation was carried by 107 votes in favour of admission and 14 votes against, with 52 abstentions.
 UN Warns of Alarming Resurgence in Use of Mercenaries 
2/11/2011
 
Following widespread reports that foreign fighters allegedly recruited from neighbouring African countries and Eastern Europe by the former Muammar Al Qathafi regime were used to crack down on demonstrations earlier this year, a UN expert group has warned of an alarming resurgence in the use of mercenaries.
 Philippines Bans Filipinos from Working in Libya, 40 Other Countries 
2/11/2011
Libya is included in a blacklist of countries published by the Philippines' Department of Labour and Employment, DLE, that allegedly have failed to sign international conventions protecting foreign workers, therefore it has banned Filipino workers from travelling to work in them.
 
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
 
2/11/2011
Abdurrahimm al-Keeb, a little-known academic and businessman, was elected Libya’s interim prime minister by the NTC on Monday. Experts say the new leader must quickly tackle both domestic challenges and international concerns.
 Syria, the Arab Yugoslavia of Middle East 
2/11/2011
The Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad stands as the Yugoslavia of the Middle East, that has to join the expansion southward of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as well as the “new world order” engineered by the US unipolar power.
 SA President Believes Al Qathafi Death Creates Uneasy Feeling 
1/11/2011
The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma said that the execution of former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi creates an uneasy feeling about the situation in Libya, and that it would have been better for Libyans if the former dictator had been arrested and tried so that questions could be answered about how he had run the country.
 The Plight of Libyan Diplomats 
1/11/2011
The job diplomat to many would present a stereotype of someone driving around in a big chauffeur driven car, attending parties and receptions in some exotic location and earning a large salary. Never was this further from the truth as far as Libyan career diplomats are concerned.
 Messi Bids for Third Ballon d'Or Award in Barca-dominated Shortlist 
1/11/2011
 
Barcelona's Argentine international Lionel Messi, winner of the last two editions of the FIFA Golden Ball Award has once again been shortlisted by the International Football Federation for the 2011 award. For the second year running, the list of 23 players is replete with Barcelona players, with no fewer than eight nominated.
 New Libyan Interim PM a Former Al Qathafi Dissident 
1/11/2011
 
The new interim prime minister of Libya, Abdurrahim El Keeb. who was voted for the post by members of the National Transitional Council on Monday, is a Tripoli-born, US-educated electrical engineer and businessman. He has been tasked to head the interim governing authority and help shepherd the country's transition to its first elections.
 New Libyan Interim PM a Forrmer 
1/11/2011
The new interim prime minister of Libya, Abdurrahim El Keeb. who was voted for the post by members of the National Transitional Council on Monday, is a Tripoli-born, US-educated electrical engineer and businessman. He has been tasked to head the interim governing authority and help shepherd the country's transition to its first elections.
 UN Security Council Concerned About Libya Arms Stockpile 
1/11/2011
The United Nations Security Council has expressed "concern" over the fate of the massive weapons stockpile built up in Libya under the former regime of Muammar Al Qathafi. A resolution adopted unanimously by the council also called on the Libyan government to destroy chemical weapons stockpiles in coordination with international authorities.
 NATO Chief Makes Libya Visit, Praises Libyans for Courage, Determination 
31/10/2011
 
Anders Fogh Rasmussen is making an historic visit to Libya, the first ever of a NATO Secretary General. It was also his first since the end of the civil war less than two weeks ago. The visit marks the conclusion of the NATO-led Operation Unified Protector for Libya, which comes to an end at midnight on October 31, exactly seven months since it began.
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Desert Energy - A Mighty Stimulus for Economic Development
With the armed conflict in Libya coming to an end, the Arab Spring has reached an important milestone. Now the question arises of how to resolve the economical and social issues in the Arab world that triggered these events in the first place.
APICORP Concludes Another Successful Divestiture
Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), the multilateral development bank of the Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC) in which Libya has a 15% stake, Tuesday announced the sale of its 12.5% stake in the Bahrain National Gas Company (BANAGAS) to Kuwait-based Boubyan Petrochemical Company, K.S.C. (Boubyan). The divestment was recently approved by APICORP’s Board of Directors.
APICORP Reports Highest Annual Net Profit in its History
Building further on its strong performance amidst a challenging global economic environment, The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP) today, May 9, 2011, reported its highest ever annual net profit, total assets and total shareholders’ equity. The government Libya has a 15% stake in APICORP.
 
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