June 10, 2001
Philippine President Gloria Arroyo has appealed to Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi to help free a group of hostages held by Abu Sayyaf Muslim rebels.
June 9, 2001
The Bush administration is lobbying for a two-year extension of a law that punishes foreign investors in the Libyan and Iranian oil industries.
June 8, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher and his predecessor, Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa, will visit Libya Monday for talks with Libyan off
June 5, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi on Monday received a message from Morocco’s King Mohammed on bilateral and regional issues.
June 4, 2001
After six weeks of negotiations, banana farmers in South Africa’s Mpumalanga and the Northern Province have sent their first 45,000-carton batch of bananas to Libya.
June 3, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi held talks in Tripoli Saturday with Malian President Alpha Oumar Konare, on bilateral ties.
June 1, 2001
Russia appears close to signing a deal for the upgrade of Soviet-era weapons in Libya's military.
May 31, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his Libyan counterpart, Moammer Kadhafi, discussed on Wednesday in a telephone call bilateral ties between their
May 30, 2001
Tripoli has granted the entry to 9 Jordanian trucks into Libya, leaving 76 others stranded at the Egyptian-Libyan border for several weeks.
A Scotland Yard investigation into an alleged plot by MI6 to kill Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi has been broadened, weakening government allegations t
May 23, 2001
The Jordanian Ministry of Transport on Tuesday denied a local press report that a large number of Jordanian trucks were stranded at the Egyptian-Libya
US lawmakers plan to introduce legislation on Wednesday to extend unilateral economic sanctions against Iran and Libya for another five years, amid a
May 22, 2001
As part of its pro-African strategy, Libya has agreed to finance three projects, worth more than nine million dollars, in Niger.
An agreement aimed at promoting food security has been reached by countries belonging to the Community of Sahelo-Saharan States (SIN-SAD) and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
May 21, 2001
A UK foreign affairs think tank has cancelled a seminar due to be held next week after a newspaper revealed that one of the participants was suspected