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Tripoli, External Media dept says number of foreign journalists reported that number of foreign journalists since entered Libya since entry of Presidency Council into the capital Tripoli risen to 178 holding various nationalities. External Information Department explained in its first report issued after the elapse of three months from Presidency Council assuming its tasks in the capital Tripoli. Director of External Information, Khaled Farahat said the journalists represent satellite channels and news agencies. He explained that these channels and news agencies have offices in Tripoli. The report also referred to the embassies that granted entry visa to the embassies. The report outcries lack of resources and staff training.
Source: Libya News Agency