Libya

July 11, 2000

03:00 GMT

The official United Arab Emirates trade exhibition, entitled 'UAE in Libya' catering only to UAE-based companies, is highly anticipated in Libya.

July 10, 2000

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More than two-dozen African leaders were Monday to open a three-day summit of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Lome, expected to give short

July 9, 2000

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African leaders are from Monday expected to focus much attention on Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's grandiose proposal for continental union, during th

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The Arab League announced Monday that its member states will stop applying United Nations sanctions on Libya "as soon as possible", calling the UN Security Council for an immediate and final lifting o

July 6, 2000

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Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, on the second day of a visit to Burkina Faso, Wednesday called the capital Ouagadougou a "city of liberators" after the

July 3, 2000

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Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi is to arrive in Burkina Faso on Tuesday for a three-day visit, officials said. Kadhafi, currently on a visit to Niger, wi

June 30, 2000

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The Lockerbie trial judges have examined the passports of the two defendants in an attempt to establish their whereabouts at the time of the bombing,

June 29, 2000

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Construction work began this week on a 300-million-dollar Islamic university in northern Nigeria funded by Libyan president Moamer Kadhafi, officials

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An electronics expert who built the timer used in the Lockerbie bombing has admitted on Wednesday discrepancies in what he told investigators after th

June 24, 2000

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Defense lawyers in the Lockerbie trial said that a Swiss businessman who supplied the timer which triggered the bomb had collaborated with the East Ge

June 23, 2000

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Austrian far-right figurehead Joerg Haider said, upon his return from Tripoli overnight Thursday, that he had forged economic ties with Libya. Haider

June 22, 2000

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Right-wing Austrian leader Joerg Haider traveled to Libya on Wednesday with a business delegation to improve relations in tourism and learn more about

June 19, 2000

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A British police delegation is to fly to Libya to question the suspects in the 1984 killing of policewoman Yvonne Fletcher, reported Sky News.com Sund

June 18, 2000

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Libyan president Moamer Kadhafi received European Union ambassadors Sunday for the first time since 1992 to deliver messages on "unresolved questions

June 16, 2000

03:00 GMT

Spain and Libya will reinforce industrial and cultural ties with projects in petroleum, agriculture, fishing, tourism, telecommunications, and educati