September 12, 2012

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The U.S. ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, and three U.S. officials were killed Tuesday in an attack on the consulate in Benghazi, in eastern Libya, said on Wednesday a senior Interior Ministry official.

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A U.S. official was killed Tuesday and another injured in a violent attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in eastern Libya.

September 11, 2012

Arab Bank wants to restore its presence in post-Gaddafi Libya
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Arab Bank, Jordan's largest lender, is seeking to regain access to its Al Wahda bank unit in Libya after last year's uprising forced it to exit the country.

August 28, 2012

Libya: It was all going so well as elections ended on a post-Gaddafi-high of optimism for the liberal future. But then the Salafis started bulldozing moderate Sufi mosques. Facebook extremist groups popped up to congratulate the Salafis but most Libyan were unimpressed and the interior minister was forced to resign.
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As the Arab Spring's rallying cry for change seems to have been answered with Islamist power-takers, we look at how the Arab world has responded, particularly over the last couple of weeks. Was the clean sweep of Islamist governments what the Arab people wanted? Arabs seem to be fighting back with a resurgence of protests, and an Islamist backlash. The people are generally unhappy with the free-for-all chaos of unbridled Salafi mayhem and destruction that has arisen in the power vacuum left by non-Islamic dictators.

August 19, 2012

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At least two people were killed and several others injured in two explosions that rocked Sunday dawn the center of the Libyan capital, a security source conveyed.

August 5, 2012

The high-ranking defections in both countries signaled the beginning of the end. For Syria they happened a little later than in Libya but as the Syrian generals keep popping up in Turkey to tell their side of the story, you might wonder who is left to lead the regime troops.  Syrian defector, Manaf Tlas (left) and the Libyan Mousa Kousa (right).
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Assad and Gaddafi, Syria and Libya: the similarities are too inviting not to comment. The signs of Libya's end are being seen in Syria, and Assad's finish looks imminent, going by Gaddafi's downfall. Using the respective parallels we can draw between the two cases, we try to glean whether the end is nigh for Syria's Lion.

July 12, 2012

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The IEA said in its monthly report released on Thursday demand on oil next year is likely to face a slowdown due to the weak economic recovery.

July 10, 2012

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The Alliance of National Forces (ANF) led by Mahmoud Jibril, who headed the Transitional National Council (CNT) during the Libyan revolt, tops the list following the recent legislative elections in Libya

July 8, 2012

Egypt: Flying high, the 'Arab Spring Professionals'. With a revolutionary leader democratically elected and their dictator at death's door, the Egyptians look like they've won the Arab Spring lottery. No thanks to a last minute military coup attempt by SCAF.
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In this Arab Spring Redux - we attempt to give a run-down of the Arab Spring at its various respective stages by individual country. Featured are the Arab Revolution pros and pop-idols who have got it down to a protest, spring and vote! This school report takes a look at each country's progress and stage of the Arab Spring 18 months later. Top of the Pops: the Arab Spring charts. The top ten!

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The coalition which brings together over 40 smaller parties around the architects of the revolution of 2011.

July 7, 2012

07:32 GMT

Eight months after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, 2.7 million Libyans vote for the first time

July 5, 2012

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A Libyan source on Thursday denied the Libyan government received Abdullah Senussi, the powerful Director of Intelligence in the era of Gaddafi.

July 4, 2012

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Ahead of the historic election on July 7, 2012 in Libya, Libyans abroad began voting on 4 July.

July 2, 2012

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Libyan protesters and militia attacked the headquarters of the electoral commission in Benghazi on Sunday, burning of ballots just one week before the first general election to be held in Libya for nearly five decades.

June 24, 2012

The delay in payment has led to a dispute between the Jordanian providers and Libyan authorities
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Libya will hire a local firm to help process financial claims filed by Jordanian hospitals that have treated around 55,000 Libyan patients over the past year, a Libyan official said on Saturday.