February 1, 2005

08:50 GMT

India's state-run Indian Oil Corp and Oil India Ltd. have won a licence to look for oil in Libya in their first joint foray overseas, according to a Monday report.   The two companies won a bid to exp

January 30, 2005

11:47 GMT

The first round of the public announcement of the blocks offered for investment in oil explorations across Libya was announced Saturday evening in Tripoli.

January 27, 2005

January 25, 2005

15:19 GMT

A videotape on Tuesday showed an American abducted last November by gunmen in Baghdad pleading for his life and appealing to Arab rulers, including Li

January 24, 2005

11:27 GMT

The Libyan leader on Saturday Ali Osman Taha, the 1st deputy of the Sudanese President, Omar Hassan al Bashir, as a personal envoy to the Leader, JANA

January 20, 2005

January 4, 2005

11:34 GMT

The International Scouts Meeting on cultural exchanges, held under the theme "Let's know each other for peace", concluded Monday in Tripoli, Libya.  T

December 29, 2004

09:25 GMT

Moamer al Kadhafi, the Libyan leader, received Tuesday evening, the Tunisian Prime Minister, Mohamed al Ghanoshi, currently participating in the bi- a

December 28, 2004

09:48 GMT

The bi-annual preparatory meeting of the High Joint Libyan-Tunisian Committee held Monday afternoon in Tripoli. The meeting was attended by the Libyan Minister of Trade and Economy and by the Trade Mi

December 26, 2004

13:05 GMT

Qatar's second deputy Prime Minister, minister of Energy and Industry, Abdullah Ahmed Al-Attyah, and his accompanying delegation arrived in Libya Satu

December 24, 2004

22:07 GMT

The Libyan press attacked Friday the "sick kingdom" of Saudi Arabia. In an editorial headlined: "The Kingdom of the Black Comedy," the state-run <i>Al

December 22, 2004

15:52 GMT

Saudi Arabia declared Wednesday it was withdrawing its ambassador to Tripoli and ordered out Libya's representative following reports that the latter

December 21, 2004

December 20, 2004

11:15 GMT

Libyan leader Muammer Kadhafi has received Sunday, Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada and his accompanying delegation who arrived in Tripoli. In the

December 16, 2004

15:26 GMT

Turkey will be an Islamic "Trojan horse" inside the European Union if it is allowed to join the bloc, to the advantage of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Lad