August 7, 2001
The Sudanese government has recently laid the corner stone for the White Nile Sugar Company. The project, including a 200,0000-acre sugar cane plantation and refinery, was set up as a joint Egyptian-L
Libya and Algeria signed a series of cooperation agreements Monday, August 6, after the Algerian-Libyan joint commission held two days of meetings in the eastern town of Sirte, the official Libyan age
August 6, 2001
Yemen and Libya will sign an agreement regulating air transportation between the two countries on Tuesday.
Egypt and Libya are to form a 100 million dollar joint venture for transporting oil and natural gas between the two countries, government daily Al-Akhbar Saturday quoted Oil Minister Sameh Fahmi as sa
August 5, 2001
The Sudanese government has announced that an Afro-Arab summit on peace in Sudan will be convened in mid-August in Tripoli, followed by a national dia
US President George W. Bush signed into law Friday, August 3, a measure extending for five years a 1996 sanctions act that curbs foreign investment in the petroleum and gas industries of Iran and Liby
Moscow "deplored" the US decision to extend for five years a 1996 sanctions act curbing foreign investment in the petroleum and gas industries of Iran and Libya, foreign ministry sources were quoted b
August 4, 2001
Tunisian President Zein Al Abideen bin Ali received Friday a message from his Libyan counterpart, Moammar Kadhafi, on bilateral and regional issues.
Egypt and Libya will set up a $100 million joint venture for transporting oil and natural gas between the two countries, Egyptian Oil Minister Sameh F
August 1, 2001
A Zimbabwean opposition party has criticized President Robert Mugabe for accepting an allegedly illegal $1 million campaign donation pledged by Libyan
The European Union warned the United States Tuesday, July 31, it could become the target of WTO action after the US Congress extended a law punishing firms that do business in the oil and gas industri
Sources in Libya recently revealed that the government has commenced preparations for a five-year plan, to be launched in 2001 through 2005.
July 29, 2001
Libya slammed on Saturday the US Senate decision to extend sanctions against it for five years as "cause for dismay and condemnation."
The US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly Thursday, July 26, to extend for five years a 1996 sanctions order that curbs foreign investment in the petroleum and gas industries of Iran and Li
Influential former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said Saturday, July 28, that Iran would eventually recover its assets frozen in the United States. "Inshallah (if it is God's will), we will recov