Libya

February 25, 2002

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A Former official at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Robert Pierre, who participated in the investigations regarding the Lockerbie incident sai

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Kuwait’s Burgan oilfield recently cut its production by 60,000 barrels per day (bpd), which is equivalent to two thirds of its output, due to leak at a nearby oil-gathering center.Details have yet to

February 24, 2002

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Algerian President Abdulaziz Boutaflika left Tripoli on Sunday following a two-day official visit to Libya, according to the Saudi Press Agency.  Duri

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Professor Judea Pearl, father of murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, has said that he fears that making public his son's Israeli citiz

February 21, 2002

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The United States has accused a former military intelligence analyst with attempting to spy for Iraq, Libya and China.

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According to the <I>BBC</I>, security forces had been put on alert in anticipation of an angry reaction from relatives of the victims. Meanwhile, the

February 19, 2002

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Egyptian and Libyan foreign ministers Ahmad Maher and Abdessalam al-Treiki agreed on Monday that the Egyptian-Libyan initiative on reconciliation in S

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Speculations in Jordan say that the American CIA played a big role in discovering the case and that the strict measures imposed by the US in the after

February 18, 2002

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Sunday met with Secretary for African Unity Ali Abdel Salam Triki of Libya's General People's Committee (cabinet)

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Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd bin Abdelaziz has ordered the Saudi Red Crescent Society to provide urgent medical assistance to Djibouti, reported the offic

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A Libyan Court for National Security cases ended its trial of six Bulgarian medics, charged with infecting hundreds of Libyan children with AIDS, thro

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UAE Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan has received Mohammed Rushdi Al Sharaydi, Director of the Moroccan Royal Court and Abdul A

February 14, 2002

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The Libyan Minister of Oil, Abdul-Hafidh Al-Zulaitny, stated that Northwest Africa needs seven billion dollars worth of investments to develop its local oil sector over the next five years, reported

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The Saudi Coral Oil Group, which owns the Moroccan LaSamir Company, announced that it will increase its investments in Morocco to 12 billion Moroccan Dirhams ($1.03 billion) by 2005, reported Al-Haya

February 10, 2002

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A Libyan daily slammed U.S. President George W. Bush on Saturday for claiming in his State of the Union address before Congress that Iran, Iraq and No