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1 hr ago | Pattaya Mail
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revealed that it is today sending a team of officials to help evacuate Thais from Tripoli, Libya.
5 hrs ago | Hindustan Times
Fifty-eight Indian nurses from Libya are on their way back home, the government said on Friday, while making a fresh appeal to all Indians in the strife-torn African nation to leave in view of the deterioration in situation.
9 hrs ago | India Gazette
The first batch of 58 of the total 252 Kerala nurses working in Libya who have registered to return home are on their way to the Tunisian border, a state government official said here Friday.
The Vietnamese embassy in Libya has prepared plans to evacuate Vietnamese nationals there in case of emergency, Vietnam News Agency reported.
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Libyan women cross into Tunisia at the Ras Ajdir border post between Libya and Tunisia, southern Tunisia, after fleeing from Libya, Thursday, July 31, 2014.
The first group of Thais to be evacuated from Libya left Tripoli for Tunisia on Thursday, but three students chose at the last minute not to leave, saying they wanted to continue their studies.
China has evacuated several hundred workers from Libya and is taking them by ship to Malta, the head of the Malta Civil Service, Mario Cutajar, said on Wednesday.
Worries are mounting about the safety of Korean construction personnel and disruption to their projects in Libya amid escalating violence there.
In a shocking turn of events, the C-130 aircraft on which an African stowaway's body was found this weekend had just been used to transport U.S. personnel evacuated from Libya .
Greece dispatched a navy frigate to Tripoli on Wednesday after the Foreign Ministry decided to evacuate all personnel from its embassy in the Libyan capital as fighting between rival militias escalated.
The French embassy say that the evacuees are now on a boat headed towards Toulon in the south of France The French government has evacuated both French and British nationals from the Libyan capital Tripoli, as the fighting between government forces and anti-government militia intensifies.
In the first phase of evacuation of Keralite nurses from strife-torn Libya, 50 of them are expected to be moved to Tunisia by road on Thursday as per the plan worked out by the ministry of external affairs.
France is to evacuate its nationals from Libya as fighting between rival militias plunges the country into chaos, a government source said Tuesday.
Retired lieutenant-general Charles Bouchard says he is proud of the work accomplished by the NATO-led mission in Libya, but disappointed at the lack of progress since Gadhafi's overthrow.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:02 pm
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