June 25, 2001
Iran slammed Friday, June 22, US moves towards maintaining unilateral sanctions on Tehran, but had no immediate reaction to accusations by Washington that it was involved in a fatal bomb blast in Saud
June 24, 2001
Libya has been defined as a key challenge to the US-sponsored defense shield offered to NATO allies in Europe.
The SlovakoPharma Company recently signed a contract with the Libyan National Pharmaceutical and Medical Supplies Company to operate the Maya pharmaceutical manufacturing factory in Libya.
June 23, 2001
The Libyan government has decided to withdraw its $3.5 billion lawsuit against the insolvent Dong Ah Construction Ind. and Korea Express, in a dispute
June 22, 2001
Libya’s Deputy Minister For Foreign Affairs Saad Moustafa Mujber began meetings at the French foreign ministry on Friday to discuss bilateral ties in
Philippine government forces and mainstream Muslim separatists were to sign a ceasefire Friday, freeing up troops and resources to deal with Abu Sayya
June 21, 2001
Libya, the US and the Vatican, among other countries, seem to dislike the blunt language employed in a UN document on AIDS, according to a report on W
The Filipino government and the main Muslim separatist Moro Islamic Liberation Front began talks in Tripoli on Wednesday in a bid to forge a peace dea
The Republican-led House International Relations committee on Wednesday, June 20, flew in the face of President George W. Bush's administration and voted to extend for five years sanctions on foreign
June 18, 2001
Five Arab countries are listed among the top debtors of the Czech Republic, whose government is attempting to recover monies owed ever since the collapse of the Iron Curtain.
June 14, 2001
Tunisian President Zein El Abideen bin Ali met with Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi in Tripoli on Wednesday for talks on bolstering cooperation and curr
Libya has reportedly started to repay its debt to the Bulgarian construction company Technoexportstroi.
Peace talks between the government and the main Muslim separatist group in the Philippines will begin in Libya on June 20.
Two Americans held hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s and the family of a US national killed in captivity there have filed lawsuits seeking hundreds of millions of dollars from Iran and Libya, according
Secretary General of the Libyan Oil Authority, Ahmed Abdul-Karim Ahmed, announced at a recent OPEC conference that representatives of American oil companies had visited Tripoli and Libya last month.