Libya

January 29, 2004

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Turkish hosiery manufacturer Teksture Corap will begin producing stockings for the UK’s Sara Lee-Courtlands next month, reported just-style.com.  Teksture Corap’s Marketing Director Didem Aras stated

January 27, 2004

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The White House declared that components of Libya's weapons of mass destruction programs had been flown to the United States, describing the move as "

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Two Iraqis, working for the CNN were killed, and a third was lightly injured Tuesday afternoon when the cars they were traveling in came under fire.

January 26, 2004

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Libyan President Colonel Muammar Kaddafi has indicated the secret services of Tripoli and Washington were already working jointly against Islamists as

January 25, 2004

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A US congressional delegation flew to Libya on Sunday aboard a Navy plane, saying it was the first plane flying an American flag to land in Tripoli si

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Speaking about the completion of the prisoner exchange deal with Hizbullah, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told his cabinet Sunday that the gover

January 22, 2004

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Egypt and Libya lifted restrictions on travelers crossing their common border that were imposed two weeks ago during a diplomatic row, the border auth

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Around 200 Iranian "hardliners" raided a meeting of reformists protesting against the rejection of pro-reform election candidates and "beat up" severa

January 21, 2004

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The US-led occupation in Iraq is on the verge of bowing to mounting Muslim Shiite pressure for direct elections before the handover of power on June 3

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Libyan Prime Minister Shukri Ghanem is attending this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Ghanem is the Arab state’s first envoy to the forum in over 20 years. He received an invitation

January 19, 2004

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Washington agreed that the UN nuclear watchdog would oversee the disarmament of Libya's nuclear program, the chief of the UN agency said following tal

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Some six Kuwaiti investment groups plan to establish a cargo airline service with a capital of 100 million Kuwaiti dinars ($330 million), reported Al-Qabas . The companies forming the alliance are Al

January 16, 2004

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A delegation of Libyan officials visited in Israel for last week and held talks with an Israeli government official, a Nazareth-based newspaper report

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Secretary of State Colin Powell said the United States was not looking for "trouble" with Syria but urged it to end its alleged support for "terrorist

January 14, 2004

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Karl Rove, President Bush's top political adviser is considering a proposal in which the US leader will pay an official visit to Libya and Sudan ahead