January 30, 2001
The Scottish court trying two Libyans charged with the murder of 270 people in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing will announce its verdict on Wednesday.
After years of isolation, brought on by UN sanctions, Libya is today easing itself back into the world economy and is keen to lure foreign investments to its oil sector. It is a move that is supported
January 28, 2001
Libya cannot stake it future on the assumption that the country’s oil reserves will last forever, said the country’s leader Moammar Qadhafi, speaking on state-wide television to mark the occasion of t
January 21, 2001
Libya\'s parliament speaker, Zenati Mohammed Zenati, arrived Saturday in Algiers, carrying a message from leader Moammer Kadhafi to President Abdelazi
January 18, 2001
Lundin Oil AB has approved a 2001 capital budget of $108 million, up by 46% from the 2000 budget.
January 17, 2001
An official said Tuesday that Libya is ready to have relations with the United States based on mutual respect.
January 16, 2001
By Nigel Thorpe Chief of the English Copy Desk Albawaba.com - Amman Fearing that he would be killed and buried on a European battleground in the fir
January 15, 2001
Prime Minister Pierre Charles said Sunday that Dominica has agreed to establish diplomatic ties with Libya.
January 14, 2001
Digital Works Ltd has been engaged by the Pak-Libya Holding Company for digital archiving of legal agreements, correspondence, documents and other off
January 12, 2001
The Lockerbie trial was adjourned Friday Tuesday, when defense lawyers will resume closing submissions to the court.
January 11, 2001
Lawyers for the two Libyans on trial for the Lockerbie bombing accused the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command of blowing
January 10, 2001
The Lockerbie trial was adjourned Wednesday for one day to allow defense lawyers to study the final text of the murder charge against two Libyans accu
January 8, 2001
Prosecutors began Tuesday to sum up their case against two Libyans accused of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, as the marathon trial in the Netherlands dra
January 6, 2001
Turkish Petroleum Corp (TPAO) opened an office in Libya, Anadolu Agency (AA) reported. Osman Demirag, the TPAO General Director was quoted by the agen
The trial of six Bulgarians and a Palestinian who face the death penalty if found guilty of deliberately infecting nearly 400 Libyan children with AID