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Nicolas Sarkozy is suspected of attempting to pervert the court of justice on the basis of phone taps ordered by judges investigating his links with Muammar Gaddafi, it emerged on Friday.
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Western countries voiced concern on Thursday that tensions in Libya could slip out of control in the absence of a functioning political system, and they urged the government and rival factions to start talking.
Three years of turmoil since the Arab Spring and tough contract terms have prompted oil firms to reassess their role in Libya, and several have said they would postpone their plans or scrap them altogether.
Foreign ministers attending the Conference on International Support to Libya pose during the family photo in Rome Thursday March 6, 2014.
I hope I am wrong with what I am about to write. It's not unknown. But watching the UK's response - and that of Western countries generally - to the developing Ukraine crisis in the past few days, I have been appalled at the confusion, ill-considered posturing, speak-first-think-later empty rhetoric and blind shambles on display.
Libya decided on Tuesday to rehabilitate the family of the late king Idriss, who was overthrown by Muammar Gaddafi, himself toppled and killed in a 2011 uprising after four decades in power.
East/West Confrontation Looms by Stephen Lendman Ousting Ukraine's democratically government was planned long before violence erupted last November.
Gunmen launched an attack on Libya's official television station on Tuesday, firing shoulder-propelled grenades at the troops guarding it before they were driven off by reinforcements, officials said.
Fontstown author and racing journalist Lissa Oliver, has been honoured with the Libyan Person of the Year award 2013, for her services to the Libyan Racing Industry.
In this Sunday, March 2, 2014 photo, protesters stand atop a vehicle as others burn in front of the National Conference Hall, in Tripoli, Libya.
Libya's parliament moved into a five-star Tripoli hotel Monday, a day after rioters armed with knives and guns stormed the legislature building, torching furniture, killing a guard and wounding six lawmakers in the latest episode of turmoil in the country.
Dozens of protesters have stormed Libya's parliament building, shooting and injuring two lawmakers and wounding several others.
The recent violence and political upheaval in Syria put the spotlight on the strong alliance the Assad government has with the Islamic Republic of Iran.