December 22, 2002
Gulf Air's Board of Directors has unanimously approved the airline's three-year strategic recovery plan. As a result, more than $238 million will be injected into the airline by its three owner states
December 18, 2002
French telecom giant Alcatel has been selected by AGIP GAS B.V., a joint venture between AGIP North Africa and the National Oil Corporation of Libya (NOC) to provide a full turnkey telecommunications
Average daily gas sales from the Amity -Turkiye Petrolleri A0 joint venture in Western Turkey, for the first 15 days of December were 11.37 million standard cubic feet per day. This was slightly down
December 15, 2002
Libya strongly denied on Saturday that its troops have entered the Democratic Republic of Congo in support of rebel groups, following a protest by the
Three adults and three children were found murdered in a rural region of Algeria, officials said Saturday, blaming the killings on Islamic extremists.
December 8, 2002
A United States-led war against Baghdad would have very dangerous repercussions throughout the Middle East region, Libyan Foreign Minister Abdel Rahma
Turkish police on Saturday detained a man in Istanbul who confessed to the rape or attempted rape of 15 children over several months, Istanbul police
December 5, 2002
Algeria on Thursday expressed its support for a call by Qatar to hold an extraordinary Arab summit to review Libya's proposal to activate joint Arab a
Kuwait’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah accompanied by Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-S
December 1, 2002
Twelve people were killed and 56 were missing early Sunday after a ship smuggling more than 100 African citizens to Europe sank off the Libyan coast.
The Organising Committee of Dubai 2003 met on November 30 to discuss the progress and latest developments of work being undertaken by the 10 specialist committees created to ensure the success of next
November 27, 2002
Gunmen shot and killed a Libyan and a Syrian in a mafia-style attack in Bulgaria's capital of Sofia, according to police Wednesday. One or two "prof
Israel has started planning construction of a new nuclear reactor, an Israeli official said Wednesday.
November 25, 2002
In the Ramadan drama “Zaman Emad El Din” (Emad El Din’s Era) the old sheds experience and light acquired throughout the years on the young teaching that a person who does not hold on to the past, has
The Libyan government is no longer interested in purchasing Italian Serie A football club Lazio. Last week, a spokesman for Al-Saadi Kadhafi, son of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi annouced that authorit