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- Participants In Union Meeting Agree On 3 Loafs For 1 Dinar Formula
- Siala Discusses With German Ambassador Contribution Of German Companies To Building & Reconstruction Projects
- UN Recognizes ‘Tangible Progress’ on Solving Libya Crisis
- HNEC Holds Its Second Regular Meeting And Discusses The Requirements Of Anticipated Electoral Process
- Germany Embassy In Libya: Coming Weeks In Libya Will Be Critical, And Everyone Should Support Election Option
UNITED NATIONS— Former Algerian foreign minister Ramtane Lamamra is being considered as UN envoy to Libya, diplomatic sources said, after Ghassan Salame resigned from the post earlier this month.
When asked Wednesday if UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had put forward …Read more
The conviction of the only man ever found guilty of the 1988 Lockerbie aircraft bombing has been referred for an appeal to Scotland's High Court, the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission said on Wednesday.
Pam Am flight 103 was blown …Read more
A third Turkish journalist has been arrested for reporting on the funeral of a Turkish intelligence officer purportedly killed in Libya, according to local news media reports.
OdaTV editor Baris Pehlivan was arrested Friday as part of a state-led probe …Read more
Two Turkish journalists face up to nine years in prison over a report on the funeral of a Turkish intelligence officer apparently killed in Libya, local media reported Thursday.
News director Baris Terkoglu and reporter Hulya Kilinc were detained this …Read more
GENEVA The UNs special envoy for Libya has resigned saying his efforts to bring peace in the North African country had led to stress.
Ghassan Salame said on Twitter he could not take this much stress.
Talks between the UN-backed …Read more
Tripoli-Mellita Oil and Gas Company announced Sunday that Amsterdam Court in Holland rejected a POSH law suit to seize Mellitah company bank accounts. Mellitah said on its website that the Dutch court rule dismissed the case saying POSH has not …Read more
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Geneva, Switzerland, from New York on Sunday, 23 February, for a trip during which he would speak at the opening of the forty-third session of the Human Rights Council.
On Monday morning, after …Read more
It is an honour to update this Council on the work of my Office and our approach to recent human rights developments around the world.
My speech will not focus on human rights situations that …Read more
Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the weapon of choice for many terrorist groups the UN counter-terrorism chief told an event on Friday aimed to raise awareness of the nexus between terrorism organized crime and illicit small …Read more