Qatar urges release of $5bn Libyan funds
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Qatar urges release of $5bn Libyan funds

İstanbul : Turkey | Aug 24, 2011 at 11:04 PM PDT
Source: Zawya Political
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Qatar stressed yesterday that Libya's frozen overseas assets should be released to help the Libyan people meet their basic needs and set in motion the rebuilding effort in the country. State employees in Libya have not been paid their salaries for the past several months and there is a severe shortage... FULL ARTICLE AT Zawya Political
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