Libya

May 3, 2001

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Armed bandits on Monday ambushed and robbed the financial attache of the Libyan Embassy in Kampala.

May 2, 2001

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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

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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

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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

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Libyan leader, Moammar Kadhafi has hailed the role of African women in the “construction of a new Africa.”

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Korea's Daewoo Engineering and Construction Company has announced, Tuesday, that it has received a hospital renovation order worth $150 million from t

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Libya has finally responded to Egypt's request for cooperation on security.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Daewoo Construction will be receiving $230 million in contract payments from Libya as personally promised by Libyan leader Mohammed Kadhafi.

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Libya is trying to extinguish the western image of it as a pariah state and become an oasis for Britons seeking hooligan-free sunshine and culture wit

April 15, 2001

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It was reported that the Libyan radio said, “the whole country is in mourning for the fifteenth anniversary of the American bombing of Tripoli Sunday.