Archives de catégorie : Libye

Attentat à la voiture piégée contre l’ambassade de France à Tripoli (Le Monde, 23/04/2013)

Un attentat a visé l’ambassade de France à Tripoli, mardi 23 avril, blessant deux gardes français, dont un grièvement, et provoquant d’importants dégâts matériels, selon une source française. Une source de sécurité libyenne a affirmé que l’explosion était due à … Lire la suite

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Libya’s year to come ( Mohamed El Jarh, Policy, 21/02/2013)

In last week’s post, I mentioned how Libyans were planning to use the second anniversary of their revolution to exercise their democratic right to peacefully protest and hold their elected government accountable. For the record: There was no second revolution, … Lire la suite

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The Libyan Revolution at Two (Foreign Policy, 22/02/2013)

Arriving in the Libyan capital Tripoli, it is immediately (and dispiritingly) clear just how much needs to be done before the country can experience any sort of secure and just order. During my January research trip to Libya, the city … Lire la suite

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Libya: Rebels Should Open Books on Oil Sales (HRW, 06/04/2011)

Any emerging Libyan authority should break with past practice in Libya and open the books on oil and gas transactions. Failure to do so could lead to continued mismanagement and corruption. The Libyan people have a right to know what’s … Lire la suite

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Oil Minister calls on Saudis to invest in Libyan oil industry (Libya Herald, 04/02/2013)

Minister of Oil and Gas Abdulbari Al-Arusi has called on Saudi companies to invest in the Libyan oil industry. He made the call yesterday, while in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Region, the centre of the country’s oil industry. Meeting with local … Lire la suite

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Winning in Libya: By Design or Default? (IFRI, 30/01/2013)

The 2011 insurgency in Libya, supported by the air forces of the NATO-led coalition, brought about the demise of Supreme Leader Mouammar Qadhafi. While the United Nations Security Council resolutions did not direct regime change, many key political leaders saw … Lire la suite

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British ambassador explains decision to withdraw from Benghazi (Libya Herald, 27/01/2013)

Britain’s ambassador, Michael Aron, explained his government’s recent decision to withdraw its citizens from Benghazi, at the opening of the One Voice 2013 women’s conference in Tripoli yesterday. The ambassador, who was not listed to speak, agreed to speak to … Lire la suite

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(Al Jazeeranet, 18/01/2013) الجزيرة نت تنشر تغطية خاصة عن ليبيا

مع اقتراب الذكرى الثانية لانطلاق ثورة 17 فبراير 2011 بـليبيا، تنشر الجزيرة نت تغطية خاصة تسلط الضوء على مدى تقدم الليبيين في بناء دولتهم الجديدة التي تهدف للقطع مع تجربة حكم مركزي استمر 42 سنة. وتضمنت التغطية التي احتوت على … Lire la suite

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Libya’s Ali Zeidan pays state visit to Qatar (Constructionweek, 15/01/2013)

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has arrived in Doha for a two-day visit to Qatar. He was met at the airport by Qatari Premier Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Nasser bin Jassim … Lire la suite

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(Al-Arab, 16/01/2013) ولي العهد: ندعم الشعب الليبي وقواه السياسية

استقبل حضرة صاحب السمو الشيخ حمد بن خليفة آل ثاني أمير البلاد المفدى في مكتبه بالديوان الأميري صباح أمس دولة السيد علي زيدان محمد رئيس وزراء الحكومة الليبية المؤقتة والوفد المرافق، وذلك للسلام على سموه بمناسبة زيارتهم للبلاد. تم خلال … Lire la suite

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