April 4, 2001
Italy and Libya on Tuesday agreed to foster joint projects in the health, cultural and farming sectors as part of an effort to tighten relations between Rome and Tripoli.
April 3, 2001
As part of Libya’s efforts to upgrade its tourism market, it was lately announced that Valtur, an Italian tour operator, had signed a contract to manage a new 145-hectare seaside tourism complex, whic
March 29, 2001
It was reported that a delegation of Libyan businessmen are visiting Botswana's Meat Commission to explore the possibility of importing Botswana beef
Arab leaders decided Wednesday, march 28, to unilaterally break UN sanctions on Tripoli if they are ever reimposed after being suspended in 1999 when two Libyan suspects in the Lockerbie plane bombing
March 27, 2001
Libyan Leader Muammar Kadhafi decided to deliver his speech behind closed doors at the Arab summit after his request to be the first speaker at the ev
TotalFina Elf and its partners Repsol, OMV and Saga reported a second oil discovery on Block NC 186 onshore Libya. The block covers a 4,300-square kilometer area in the Murzuk Basin, approximately 496
Considers Opening Up Some Former Oasis Areas To IOCs MEES understands that the Bush administration has rejected oil company requests to review sanctions against Libya and will instead allow the 1996
March 26, 2001
A delegation from Dubai state-owned Dnata, air travel services supplier, is expected to visit Tripoli next week to begin talks on developing ground ha
A delegation of Libyan business executives is visiting the southern African state of Botswana, in order to investigate the possibility of importing meat from the country. The move is part of the Liby
March 25, 2001
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi arrived in Amman on Sunday for Tuesday’s Arab summit. He is scheduled to meet late Sunday with a number of Jordanian uni
Libyan ruler Moamer Kadhafi proposed Thursday, March 22, hiring a foreign auditing firm to study ways for the state to trim its public payroll, which is approaching two million employees. "We must dem
March 20, 2001
Lawyers of the Libyan convicted of the Lockerbie bombing have been granted an extra six weeks to work on his appeal.
The council of foreign ministers in the five-nation Arab Maghreb Union (UMA) began talks here Monday aimed at reviving the body, which has been paralyzed by discord between Morocco and Algeria. Moroc
After seven years of UN sanctions that banned air links with the outside world, Libya’s little-known tourist jewels are awakening from their slumber. Aiming to encourage tourism, the Libyan government
Libyan leader Moammar Qadhafi has called on Arab business interests to invest in Africa's various development sectors, and in particularly in the development of water resources.