May 3, 2001
Scotland’s Higher Court of Justice will allow the lawyers of Libyan Abdulbaset Al Migrahi, who was convicted of the Lockerbie bombing last January, si
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov will travel to Libya on Sunday for talks with the country's leader, Muammar Kadhafi.
Armed bandits on Monday ambushed and robbed the financial attache of the Libyan Embassy in Kampala.
May 2, 2001
The African Union, a new economic bloc that seeks to establish a common market for the continent, will have legal treaty status from May 26, 2001, reported the Organization of African Unity (OAU) on F
April 30, 2001
The Libyan leader, Moammar Kadhafi Friday accused the US Central Intelligence Agency or CIA of being responsible for the spread of HIV/AIDS throughout
April 28, 2001
The six Bulgarian medics, presently being held in custody in Libya received a small measure of good news from their home country last Friday.
April 25, 2001
Libyan leader, Moammar Kadhafi has hailed the role of African women in the “construction of a new Africa.”
Korea's Daewoo Engineering and Construction Company has announced, Tuesday, that it has received a hospital renovation order worth $150 million from t
Libya has finally responded to Egypt's request for cooperation on security.
Could it be that the Libyan-leader Muammar Qadhafi has abandoned the pan-Arab dream in favor of an Afro-centric strategy? It certainly would appear so. For quite some time already, he has been telling
April 23, 2001
The giant project of connecting the electricity grid between Egypt and Libya will be inaugurated by President Hosni Mubarak and and his counterpart, M
April 20, 2001
Libya hopes that Seoul will allow Dong Ah Construction Co. and its subcontractors to finish its man-made river project, said the South Korean Ministry
US President George W. Bush said Thursday he has no immediate plan to remove economic sanctions on Iran or Libya, although a White House task force ha
April 17, 2001
An exhibition of British companies recently opened in Tripoli, Libya, featuring over 270 firms, among them Shell, British Gas, Aerospace and Land Rover.
April 16, 2001
Daewoo Construction will be receiving $230 million in contract payments from Libya as personally promised by Libyan leader Mohammed Kadhafi.