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Algeria 'Directly Exposed' to Fallouts of Long-Lasting Libyan Crisis, Says Lamamra
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra on Tuesday said Algeria was "directly exposed" to the consequences of a long-lasting Libyan crisis, stressing Algeria's willingness to convince Libyans of the importance of an all-inclusive dialogue.
Tunisians Fear Libya Fallout As Vote Nears
[Magharebia]Tunis -Tunisians will head to the polls this Sunday (October 26th) amid fears that the relentless violence in neighbouring Libya could disrupt the legislative vote.
Tunisians fear Libya fallout as vote nears
Tunisians will head to the polls this Sunday (October 26th) amid fears that the relentless violence in neighbouring Libya could disrupt the legislative vote.
[in Magharebia.com ]
Sudanese Stranded in Libya 'Want to Return Home
[Radio Dabanga]Tripoli -Sudanese nationals in the Libyan capital of Tripoli are suffering under the poor security situation. Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a Sudanese residing in Tripoli told Radio Dabanga that they cannot leave their homes, search for work, or conduct business because of the ongoing fighting in the city.
Libyan army pounds terrorists in Benghazi
Nine people were killed Sunday (October 19th) in fresh Benghazi bloodshed, raising the death toll to 75 in five days, AFP quoted medics as saying.
[in Magharebia.com ]
Ibezim - Muammer Gaddafi: Three Years After
[Guardian]TODAY October 20, 2014 marks exactly three years when Muammer Gaddafi's life and regime ended in Libya. Muammer Muammad Abu Minya al Gaddafi. These were the original names given to him by his parents. Variously given other names like King of Kings, Lion of Africa, Guard of the Revolution by his admirers; and tyrant, rogue, dictator by his distractors, Muammer Gaddafi's life came to a disastrous end on October 20, 2011 after he was captured and killed by rebels loyal to the National Transition Council and N
Joint Statement On Libya By the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and United States
[PR Newswire]London -The governments of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States strongly condemn the ongoing violence in Libya and call for an immediate cessation of hostilities.
Statement On Libya By U.S., 4 European Partners
[State Department]Washington, DC - Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States
Libyan Government Fully Responsible for Safety of Abducted Tunisian Journalists - FM
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis -Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi held the Libyan government "fully responsible" for the safety of the two Tunisian journalists Sofiene Shourabi and Nadhir Ktari abducted in Libya.
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