September 26, 2000
Around 50 Africans living in northwestern Libya have been killed in clashes with Libyans, according to press reports.
The trial of two Libyans charged with the Lockerbie bombing continues Tuesday with keenly awaited testimony from a Libyan agent turned CIA informer.
September 23, 2000
30 British businessmen will be on a trade mission to Libya on September 30th to probe prospects of investment.
September 21, 2000
An international conference on the rationalization of energy in industry, and on the impact of energy on environment and health opened proceedings in
Lawyers for two Libyans charged with the 1988 Lockerbie bombing have accused the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of withholding information vital
Somali President Abdulkassim Salat Hassan visits Libya for talks with the country's leaders, including Colonel Moamer Kadhafi.
Libya is urging fellow African countries to devise ways to boost prices for raw materials they currently export so cheaply to the developed world, say
Participants in a conference on the Libyan economy urged the government to liberalize the economy and eliminate family-owned monopolies. The Libyan economy, relying mainly on oil and gas, is dominated
September 20, 2000
Amnesty International has said it was concerned that 16 medics on trial in Libya will not receive a fair trial and may be sentenced to death.
September 16, 2000
The Arab League asks the UN Security Council to immediately and definitively lift sanctions imposed on Libya to force it to cooperate during the Locke
Libya denies it was detaining any prisoners of conscience and stressed the "integrity and freedom" of its judicial system.
September 13, 2000
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer thanks Libya for negotiating the release of European hostages held by rebels in the Philippines and says relat
September 11, 2000
Four Europeans freed by Philippine Muslim extremists after four-and-a-half months in captivity head for Libya on their way home.
September 8, 2000
The French appeals court will announce on October 20 whether it intends to pursue Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi for his alleged role in the 1989 bombin
September 7, 2000
The Kadhafi Charitable Foundation is still trying to free the last six European hostages in the Philippines and hopes to welcome them to Tripoli this