July 23, 2001
An Egyptian-Libyan summit is planned to take place in the near future, supposedly at some point on the Egyptian Libyan border, to further the goal of boosting bilateral ties.
July 22, 2001
Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir has announced that achievement of peace would not be at the expense of his "salvation" government, its constants and
July 21, 2001
Zimbabwe has struck a $360 million barter deal under which it will procure fuel from Libya in exchange for the export of Zimbabwean products to Tripol
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe managed last week to extract a $50 million pledge for his campaign fund from Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi.
July 20, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi has said that there is a "foreign conspiracy" aimed at the continuation of the war in south Sudan, besides an “imperiali
July 18, 2001
Egypt and Sudan are working on plans to end internal Sudanese conflict and improve bilateral ties.
July 17, 2001
Libyan leader Moammer Al Kadhafi arrived in Khartoum Monday for talks with his counterpart, Omar Al Bashir, on the Egyptian-Libyan peace plan.
July 15, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi arrived in Uganda on Sunday to attend celebrations marking the anniversary of the coronation of a nine-year-old tribal k
July 12, 2001
Three packages of blocks in Libya’s Sirte, Murzuk, Cyrenaica and Kufra basins are going to be offered to international bidders by Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC).
July 11, 2001
The Sudanese opposition Umma Party on Tuesday asked Egypt and Libya to pressure neighboring countries to back peace efforts in Sudan and to close thei
July 10, 2001
Russia is said to have tested a new defense system being marketed to Egypt, Greece, Iran and Libya and capable of ballistic missile interception.
July 7, 2001
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi arrived Friday in N'djamena for bilateral talks with Chadian officials.
July 6, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher has said early Friday that his country will proceed with coordination with Libya and the other concerned parties
July 5, 2001
Tunisian President Zein El Abideen bin Ali received on Thursday a letter from his Libyan counterpart, Moammer Kadhafi, on bilateral relations.
Sudan's southern and northern opposition groups are ready to attend a peace conference, in the wake of a government announcement that it has accepted