April 16, 2001
Daewoo Construction will be receiving $230 million in contract payments from Libya as personally promised by Libyan leader Mohammed Kadhafi.
Libya is trying to extinguish the western image of it as a pariah state and become an oasis for Britons seeking hooligan-free sunshine and culture wit
April 15, 2001
It was reported that the Libyan radio said, “the whole country is in mourning for the fifteenth anniversary of the American bombing of Tripoli Sunday.
April 12, 2001
An Air Malta flight from Tel Aviv was grounded at Larnaca airport in Cyprus Thursday for some 13 hours following a bomb scare.
April 10, 2001
Libyan leader Moammar Kadhafi and former South African president Nelson Mandela on Sunday evening held lengthy discussions in Tripoli on the latest de
The Arab League said Monday, April 9, it has informed the United Nations that Libya has the right to be compensated for losses resulting from seven years of UN economic sanctions as well as US air str
Thirty-six states have ratified the African Union, according to the Organization of African Unity (OAU), which means that the body dreamed up by Libyan leader Moammar Kadhafi and which is due to repla
April 9, 2001
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi held talks on Sunday with former South African President Nelson Mandella.
April 8, 2001
It was reported that Italian tour operator, Valtur, has signed a contract to manage the building of a new 145 hectare tourism complex in Libya.
April 5, 2001
The National Foreign Trade Council, a US business organization, Wednesday urged Congress to review the effectiveness of sanctions against Iran before
Direct air travel between the United Arab Emirates and Libya is now possible, with the inauguration of a regular air route between the international airports of Dubai and Tripoli.
The 30th holding of the Tripoli International Trade Fair started on an optimistic note, with 34 countries marking a record representation, thanks to the lifting of sanctions imposed against Libya over
April 4, 2001
Italy and Libya on Tuesday, April 3, agreed to foster joint projects in the health, cultural and farming sectors as part of an effort to tighten relations between Rome and Tripoli. Italian Foreign Mi
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