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The Italian petrol giant ENI has resumed exploratory drilling in Libya, the company said Monday. ENI will probe 4.4 km under the earth, at a site in the Sirte basin about 300 km south of Benghazi, marking a major step in the relaunch of ENI's
Turkish businessmen are visiting Libya to enhance commercial relations between Turkey and Libya. Tripoli in regard to reconstruction of Libya and investment areas in the country.
A new book, The Country, published by the Writers Publishing House, records the whole process when the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China helped evacuate Chinese people from Libya during the war. "For everyone I interviewed one year after the
New York Libya's new government, sworn in on November 14, 2012, should put the illegal detention of more than 8,000 people atop its agenda. About 4,000 detainees are in government custody, most without formal charges or access to a lawyer, and the
A Tripoli court on Monday (November 12th) decided to adjourn the trial of Moamer Kadhafi's last prime minister until December 10th...The ex-premier is accused of ordering mass rape, murder and kidnappings, as well as embezzling public funds. Earlier
Special Forces have helped train elite counterterrorism units, Libya presents no obvious security partner. The Libyan government remains largely ineffective, with its military and police force still in the embryonic stage of development. Many militia
Pointing out that the proliferation of weapons in a post-conflict Libya poses serious threat to stability in the troubled nation and in the larger Middle East region, India called on the international community to assist the nation to achieve
Visiting Libyan Foreign Minister Ashour Ben Khayil said Monday that an open Libya welcomes Chinese businesses' engagement in the postwar reconstruction of the war-battered country. Khayil told Xinhua that Libya attaches great importance to China's
A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the country welcomed the cabinet line-up submitted by Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zaidan and approved by Libya's national congress. "This marks a new step in the political transition of Libya,
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