Wednesday, 17/10/2018 | 5:59 UTC+0
Libyan Newswire

    TRIPOLI, The Libyan Anti-illegal Immigration Agency has announced on Sunday the repatriation of 158 illegal immigrants to Mali through Misrata International Airport, in coordination with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The Head of the Deportation Bureau at Misrata airport, Hussein Al-Ameen, clarified that among the returnees were 10 children and 12 women from shelters

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  • Spanish Coast Guard Rescues 1200 Illegal Migrants In 2 Days.

    Madrid, Spanish Coast Guard have announced that they have rescued 1200 illegal migrants in 30 boats in the Mediterranean on Saturday and Sunday as they tried to reach the Spanish coast the main gateway for migration to Europe. Navy spokesman said the coast guard have rescued 1181 on 2 boats.’ More than 40000 migrants have

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  • Minister Of Labour Meets IOM Delegation.

    Tripoli, Minister of Labour Dr Al Mehdi Al Ameen met Sunday with borders and immigration official , protection official, and assistant chief of field observers mission at International Organization for Migration (IOM). The meeting covered enhancing cooperation between the ministry and the organization in several aspects focusing on labour and irregular migration. Dr Al Mehdi

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  • Mustafa Sanalla Discusses With Russian Minister Of Energy Cooperation Prospects Between Russian And Libyan Companies In Oil And Gas Sector.

    Tripoli, Chairman of the Board of National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla discussed in Moscow with the Russian minister of energy on the side line of African-Russian Energy Week Summit cooperation prospects between Russian and Libyan oil and gas companies. The meeting also covered enhancing cooperation between the two countries especially in oil and gas

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  • Libya Ranks First In IMF Index.

    Tripoli, Libya ranked first in the world in terms of real GDP growth in 2018, with 16.4% according to an announcement by the International Monetary Fund IMF. The IMF has forecast that Libya would be the fastest growing country this year, citing increasing oil production levels which could raise revenues by 80% to $24 billion

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