July 4, 2001
The ruling Sudanese National Conference Party leadership has unconditionally agreed to an Egyptian-Libyan peace initiative calling for the creation of
July 3, 2001
Libya will supply 30,000 barrels of oil per day to Ghana, the same amount supplied to the West African nation from Nigeria.
July 2, 2001
Against a backdrop of rising regional tensions, Egypt and Libya will hold a summit before the end of this week.
June 30, 2001
Canada has established its first embassy in Tripoli, 23 years after opening diplomatic relations with the North African country.
June 29, 2001
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa on Friday left Cairo on an official two-day visit to Khartoum for talks with President Omer Al Bashir on effo
Sudan's southern rebels and main northern opposition groups have unanimously approved a new version of Egyptian-Libyan peace plan that calls for a tra
June 28, 2001
An assembly of Sudanese opposition groups on Wednesday suspended meetings aimed at responding to an Egyptian-Libyan peace plan, but press reports said
June 27, 2001
At least 10 people have been killed, six of them over the weekend, in Sudanese government bombing raids on the southern town of Raga, which fell to re
June 26, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi has embraced a peace accord between the Philippines’ Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the government of the Philippines
June 25, 2001
Iran slammed Friday, June 22, US moves towards maintaining unilateral sanctions on Tehran, but had no immediate reaction to accusations by Washington that it was involved in a fatal bomb blast in Saud
June 24, 2001
Libya has been defined as a key challenge to the US-sponsored defense shield offered to NATO allies in Europe.
The SlovakoPharma Company recently signed a contract with the Libyan National Pharmaceutical and Medical Supplies Company to operate the Maya pharmaceutical manufacturing factory in Libya.
June 23, 2001
The Libyan government has decided to withdraw its $3.5 billion lawsuit against the insolvent Dong Ah Construction Ind. and Korea Express, in a dispute
June 22, 2001
Libya’s Deputy Minister For Foreign Affairs Saad Moustafa Mujber began meetings at the French foreign ministry on Friday to discuss bilateral ties in
Philippine government forces and mainstream Muslim separatists were to sign a ceasefire Friday, freeing up troops and resources to deal with Abu Sayya