February 14, 2001
By Mahmoud Al Abed English News Editor Albawaba.com - Amman There are two Libyas, says a report on Feb. 13 by New York Times. One is the Libyan’ Liby
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi late Tuesday abruptly cancelled a trip to Nigeria, officials said, reportedly after he was refused permission to visit a
February 9, 2001
Families of US victims killed in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing vowed Thursday not to relent in their pressure to make Libya accept responsibility for the
February 6, 2001
Police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators who tried to break into UN offices in Tripoli on Tuesday in a protest against last week\'s verdict in
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi condemned Monday the verdict in the Lockerbie bombing trial as an \"injustice\", and insisted \"Libya was innocent of Lo
February 4, 2001
The Organization of African Unity called Friday for the sanctions on Libya to be lifted. A similar call was made by the Arab League on Thursday. The US and Britain said that the Libyan government must
February 3, 2001
Three Libyans slashed their throats Saturday as several thousands took to the streets of Tripoli to protest against a Libyan\'s conviction in the Lock
February 2, 2001
Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi said Thursday that Libya will not pay compensation for the families of the Lockerbie victims, and insisted that the conv
February 1, 2001
Libya is facing mounting pressure to pay compensation to victims\' families after a Libyan was convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing in which 270 pe
Hours after three Scottish judges unanimously rendered a guilty verdict on January 31st against Libyan intelligence officer Abdel Basset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi for planting the bomb on Pan Am Flight 1
January 31, 2001
One of the two Libyans accused of the Lockerbie bombing, while his co-defendant Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah was acquitted.
Following an agreement with Libyan authorities, TotalFina Elf commenced development of the B Structure on Block 137 about 62 miles offshore Libya in 295 feet of water.
Libya, long shunned by most Western nations, has begun emerging from its isolation, and Wednesday\'s verdict in the Lockerbie trial is unlikely to change that.
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