October 17, 2004
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Abual Ghaitt has expressed his appreciation of the pioneering role of Colonel Gadhafi. This came in a statement made b
A third shipment of aid supplies for Sudanese refugees in eastern Chad has been delivered by trucks travelling across the Sahara desert from ports on
An anonymous Islamist group has threatened to attack everyone who took part in the drama “The Road to Kabul” in addition to all television stations broadcasting the series
A meeting of specialists will be held soon in Morocco to examine the establishment of a Tanger - Nouadhibou - Dakar sea link, Senegalese sea economy minister, Djibo Leyti Ka has recently disclosed. “
A cooperation agreement in the field of electricity was signed recently in Tripoli between Libya and Germany, in the presence of the German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder, and the Secretary of the Gene
With effect from 9 October, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) is accepting tenders for all contracts worth more than half a million dollars via the internet. Vendors who are interested in bidding for s
October 14, 2004
President Henrique Rosa of Guinea-Bissau called Libyan leader late Wednesday. During the conversation, Rosa briefed Colonel Muammar Qaddafi on the "c
Qatar's former emir Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad al-Thani returned to Doha to attend his wife's funeral. According to AFP, it was the first time for him i
October 12, 2004
Three armed suspects were killed in a clash with Saudi security forces, an Interior Ministry statement said Tuesday.
The European Union on Monday decided to end 12 years of sanctions against Libya and eased an arms embargo after Tripoli gave up plans to develop weapons of mass destruction.
October 6, 2004
Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi on Wednesday appealed for British hostage Ken Bigley to be freed. The British engineer has been held hostage in Iraq for
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami said on Wednesday that Iran's issues with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are getting solved.
An Egyptian oil company has been awarded a lucrative tender in Libya.
Qtel announced Wednesday the launch of barQ ADSL Business, its latest high-speed Internet offering for small and medium sized companies in Qatar.
October 5, 2004
A culture shift is needed if Western companies are to get a foothold in Libya, according to the Middle East Association, which is organising a networking conference in Tripoli in October.