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
A Tripoli court on Monday sentenced seven people to death for their involvement in last year's bloody riots that Libyan officials said were part of a
May 19, 2001
Libya is to finance three projects of over 6.5 billion francs CFA ($9 million) in Niger involving the drilling of bore holes, construction of roads an
Libyan authorities have found the decomposed bodies of 93 African immigrants who were stranded and died of thirst in the Sahara desert.
May 17, 2001
Libya announced that if its $1.5-billion deal with the American Airbus company will not go through, it will have to sign alternate contracts with the Russian companies.
May 16, 2001
Cuban President Fidel Castro arrived in Tripoli on Wednesday for talks with Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi on bilateral cooperation.
May 15, 2001
A spirit of détente appears to be permeating the long desert border that separates Egypt and Libya. To no small degree, it is related to Libya’s slow but significant rehabilitation in the eyes of the
May 14, 2001
The leader of the opposition Sudanese Umma Party, Al Sadeq Al Mahdi, asserted on Sunday that the Egyptian-Libyan initiative was the best option for re
May 13, 2001
Bilateral economic cooperation was a focal point of a meeting of the joint Egyptian -Libyan higher committee, which began in Cairo on Tuesday, May 10.
May 10, 2001
The UK's Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) is reviewing its policy on Libya with a view to possibly easing insurance cover rules governing UK
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi, as part of his efforts to broker a peace deal to end Sudan's civil war, will hold talks in Khartoum on Thursday with Pr