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Wednesday, 16 January, 2013, 5:59 ( 3:59 GMT )
 
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 Turkish, Libyan Ministers Discuss Oil Exploration, Production of Libyan Oil Resources 
8/1/2013
Turkey wants to use Libya in the scope of oil exploration and production abroad. The desire was expressed its desire during a meeting that the Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz had with Libya's oil minister Abdulhadi al-Arusi.
 Libyan PM Orders Reopening of Border Crossing with Tunisia 
8/1/2013
Following talks in Tripoli between Libyan Prime Minister Dr Ali Zidan and his Tunisian counterpart Mr Hamadi Jebali about border security and the development of closer economic ties between the brotherly North African nations, Dr Zidan has ordered reopening of the Ras Jedir border crossing with Tunisia.
 New US Chargé d’ Affaires to Libya Takes Up Appointment 
8/1/2013
William Roebuck has arrived in Tripoli to take up his position as the US Chargé d’ Affaires to Libya. He will continue the work of Laurence Pope, who has served in that capacity since October 2011 following the death during an assault on the US Consulate in Benghazi, of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.
 Libyan Liberals Boycott National Assembly 
8/1/2013
 
Libya's main liberal coalition has withdrawn from the national assembly to protest against delays in drafting a constitution for the post-Gaddafi era, for chaotic proceedings lack of security at the assembly.
 Lionel Messi Wins FIFA Ballon d'Or For Record Fourth Time 
8/1/2013
 
BARCELONA's Argentinian striker Lionel Messi made history on Monday when he claimed the FIFA Ballon d’Or for 2012 on Monday evening, becoming the first player to be named the world’s best on four consecutive occasions.
 Opinion: History of the People: Articulating ‘Palestine’ Despite Israeli Hasbara – by Ramzy Baroud 
8/1/2013
What does a Palestinian farmer who is living in a village tucked in between the secluded West Bank hills, a prisoner on hunger strike in an Israeli jail and a Palestinian refugee roaming the Middle East for shelter all have in common? They are all characters in one single, authentic, solid and cohesive narrative.
 Libya: Gaddafi Era Security Official Shot Dead 
7/1/2013
The day after the head of Benghazi's criminal investigations department was kidnapped at gunpoint a security official who worked for the Gaddafi regime was killed in Benghazi.
 Libya, Tunisia to Discuss Reopening of Border Crossings 
7/1/2013
The Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali was expected in Libya Monday for discussions with the Libyan authorities in order to try to to find a solution to the closing of the border crossings of Ras El Jedir and Dhiba.
 Libya Parliamentary Speaker Says Subjected to Assassination Attempt 
7/1/2013
Two days ago, Libya’s parliamentary speaker and head of the General National Congress, GNC, Mohamed Magharief was targeted in what is being described as an assassination attempt on his life during a visit to the country's southern city of Sebha.
 Libyan Authorities Asked To Investigate Death Of Egyptian 
6/1/2013
The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign affairs has called on the Libyan authorities to open an investigation into the death of an Egyptian citizen in the city of Tarhuna.
 Internet Service, Some Service 
6/1/2013
Oh yes, I’m about to say it. I’m calling for silence and pointing out the elephant in the room, because that is exactly what the Internet connection is, or Net, as it is more commonly known by Libyans. It is on everyone’s minds but no longer a topic of discussion, because quite frankly, people are tired of complaining about it.
 Opinion: Ride like the wind – by Gada Mahfud 
5/1/2013
Anybody who successfully masters driving on the streets of Tripoli should be awarded some kind of special certificate: a worldwide recognition that you are a person who has endured the dangers of the chaotic Tripoli traffic and has emerged alive to tell the story. In short, a black belt of driving!
 New Year Resolutions: Not to be Bothered by Drivers in Tripoli 
5/1/2013
 
I have been told and I have read that what bothers us is not what somebody does to us, but the way we react to the offence. So my resolution for the New Year 2013 is NOT TO BE BOTHERED by the drivers in Tripoli, Libya.

 Authorities Intensify Search for Kidnapped Officer in Benghazi 
5/1/2013
 
There are strong worries that Captain Abdusalam Al-Mahdawi, kidnapped head of the Criminal Investigation Department in the city of Benghazi, might have been killed as there is has been no news or signs of him so far.
 Libya: Large Number of Police Officers Submit Resignation to Allow Restructuring 
5/1/2013
A large number of police officers and members of the police force in Libya have submitted their resignation to allow the restructuring of the force.

 Two Libyan Police Trainees, Officer Accidently Die in Turkey 
4/1/2013
Two Libyan police trainees and a police officer supervising them had died in Istanbul as they slept at night.
 Libya: Company Takes Measures to Stop Communication Facilities’ Vandalism 
4/1/2013
 
Local phone company vows to take measures to protect communications. Vandals cut a fiber-optic cable at a location near Souq Al-Thlath area in downtown Tripoli which lead to a crash in local and international phone lines and in internet service for five hours in the whole country.
 Victims Families Call For Investigation Into 'Crash' Of Libyan Plane 
4/1/2013
 
It was the day after the fourth anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing when a Libyan Arab Airlines Boeing 727 disintegrated on its approach to Tripoli airport claiming the lives of all 157 passengers and crew.
 Libya: Medavia Officials Detained in Libya Released 
3/1/2013
 
Malta-based Libyan air services company, Mediterranean Aviation, Medavia, both Libyan,managing director Abdulrazagh Zmirli and technical manager Abdallah Dekna, have, for the past six days been held for interrogation in Zawiyah following claims that they helped the Gaddafi regime during the 2011 Revolution.
 Reports: Former French President Illegally Accepted Contributions from Gaddafi 
3/1/2013
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy accepted €50 million in illegal contributions from former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi to finance his political ascent, Britain's daily newspaper reported Thursday.
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Arab Maghreb Union States Establish Investment Bank
Five nations of the Arab Maghreb Union have created an investment bank with capital of $100 million to finance infrastructure projects in the region.
Libya: The Wealth of Sea Resources
Along with the will known oil and gas resources that exist in Libya, the country’s other natural rich lie along its sea-shore. These are currently unheeded, neglected and waiting for investors who want to make huge profits.
 
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