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The Baltimore Sun
Anarchy at door, West starts to rebuild Libyan army
On a dusty parade ground outside Tripoli, young recruits march and bark out slogans for the new Libyan army that Western powers hope can turn the tide on militias threatening to engulf the North African country in anarchy.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Can A Business Entrepreneur Save Libya?
Libyan businessman Basit Igtet is a designer. A former fashion exhibitor, he designed clothes.
Canada considers re-engaging in Libya
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Heck of a job, Obama, Clinton, Power, Rice
The United States and its partners, who say they are training to "NATO standards," are not the only ones moving to fill the security vacuum.
The Wichita Eagle
Libya spends foreign reserves to offset oil losses
Zidan spoke Wednesday, as militias and tribesmen based in the east escalated their pressure on his government by saying that the oil terminals will not open until the government agrees to set up a committee with representatives of the country's three regions to divide up oil revenues.
Libya: Rights Group Condemns Murder of Radio Journalist
Cairo: - The Arab Network for Human Rights Information today condemned the ongoing murder of activists, media professionals and opinion makers in Libya, under the failure of government, which came to power following the overthrow of autocratic Muammar Al-Gaddafi in 2011, to restore security in the Libyan street and to disarm the militias.
A-Infos Radio Project
Taylor Report: Libya's Hell, Enabled by Canadian Humanitarians, Segment 1
Western powers invoked the "responsibility to protect" to bomb Libya. The African Union asked NATO not to intervene, but was ignored.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Times of Israel
Why the UK should expel UN official Richard Falk
This evening in Britain, Richard Falk - the UN official whose mandate is to investigate "Israel's violations of the principles and bases of international law" - will speak at the University of East Anglia, at the invitation of a Green Party activist.
Syrian rebels consider joining forces with regime troops to fight al-Qa'ida
The spectre is looming of a second Syrian civil war with the head of the opposition's official forces declaring that he is prepared to join regime troops in the future to drive out al-Qa'ida-linked extremists who have taken over swathes of rebel-held territories.
Survey: Corruption grows in Mideast hot spots
Edda Mueller, head of the German section of Transparency International, attends a news conference where she presented the Global Corruption Report 2013 in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
East Africa: What's That in East African Shillings, Please?
If it works, it has the potential to transform the region's economy. The late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi had a string of crazy ideas to bring about his vision of a united pan-Africa with himself at its helm.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Libya sends back 360 Egyptians
DRC's president Joseph Kabila has thanked South Africa for its role in defeating the M23 rebels in Goma, the department of international relations and co-operation says.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Libya Needs UN Forces, National Reconciliation to Resolve its Crisis
Libya needs to formulate a vision and a plan for what it wants to be in 10 or 20 years.
The Washington Post
Amid Libyaa s militias, U.S. want to build a new force
Deepening divisions among Libya's myriad armed groups are increasingly stirring conflict in this North African state.
The Baltimore Sun
Libya's army tells militias, protesters to free up oil ports
Libya's army told former militia fighters and protesters to end their occupations of oilfields and ports and allow crude exports to restart, saying the OPEC country risked sliding into lawlessness.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Gaddafi's spy chief may hold key to Lockerbie
'I do not say that he is not guilty, I just say that he should have a fair trial," said Anoud Senussi in an interview with the Sunday Herald about her father, Abdullah Senussi, Colonel Gaddafi's former intelligence chief and the alleged mastermind behind the 1988 Lockerbie bombing.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Bombshell on Benghazi: Look who's coming to terror
A show of force in Benghazi. Libya's Thunderbolt Brigade is out on the streets in a bid to put an end to instability that has left the city plagued with assassinations and small-scale bomb attacks.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Star Online
More than 40 killed in depot blast in Libya, more clashes in east
A member of the Libyan army guards the streets following yesterday's clashes in Benghazi November 26, 2013.
'Gaddafi's harem': Sex as a weapon of mass deception
Sex sells, it's as simple as that. Modern society has become obsessed with sex. Unfortunately not because one considers it to be a source of great joy and a way to experience love and connectedness.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
UPDATE 1-Brent holds above $111 as supply worries offset higher US crude stocks
Brent futures held above $111 a barrel on Thursday on worries that supply from OPEC member Libya will continue to be disrupted as winter oil demand increases, but a bigger-than-expected rise in US crude stocks kept the gains in check.