أرشيف شهر: يونيو 2012

عضو المجلس الوطني الانتقالي عن مدينة طرابلس يؤكد أن السلاح الجوي سيتدخل في حالة عدم عودة الأمن والاستقرار في المناطق المتوترة

طرابلس 18 يونيو 2012 – أكد عضو المجلس الوطني الانتقالي عن مدينة طرابلس السيد “ميلاد العود” أمس الأحد أن المفاوضات بين الزنتان والمشاشية لتحقيق الأمن والوئام في مراحلها النهائية ,, مشيرا إلى أن رئاستي الحكومة والأركان العامة ولجان المصالحة تعمل مع بعض أعضاء المجلس الوطني الانتقالي لتحقيق ذلك وتطبيق اتفاق الصلح الذي تم بين الطرفين … وقال السيد “العود” في ...

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الحكومة الانتقالية والمجلس الانتقالي ودار الأفتاء يأمرون جميع الأطراف المتنازعة في مناطق مزدة والشقيقة والزنتان بالوقف الفوري لإطلاق النار

طرابلس 16 يونيو 2012 (  – أمرت الحكومة الانتقالية والمجلس الانتقالي ودار الأفتاء جميع الأطراف المتنازعة في مناطق مزدة والشقيقة والزنتان بالوقف الفوري لإطلاق النار ، وأعتبرت هذه المناطق ، منطقة عسكرية … كما أمرت كل من رئاسة الاركان ووزارة الداخلية باستخدام القوة وكل ما يلزم ضد مصادر النيران التي تستهدف المدنيين الابرياء من أجل وقف نزيف الدم ، وفتح ...

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Australian foreign minister Bob Carr to visit Libya over jailed lawyer

Monday 18th June 2012 Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr will visit Libya to personally push for the release of detained International Criminal Court (ICC) staff, including Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor Taylor and Lebanese-born interpreter Helene Assaf were detained in the town of Zintan on June 7 and are accused of smuggling documents to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of former ...

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Australian minister to visit Libya to seek lawyer's release

Monday 18th June 2012 Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr will visit Libya to personally push for the release of detained International Criminal Court (ICC) staff, including Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor, as global pressure builds on Tripoli over the arrests Taylor and Lebanese-born interpreter Helene Assaf were detained in the town of Zintan on June 7 and are accused of smuggling documents to ...

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Australian minister to visit Libya to seek lawyer’s release

Monday 18th June 2012 Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr will visit Libya to personally push for the release of detained International Criminal Court (ICC) staff, including Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor, as global pressure builds on Tripoli over the arrests Taylor and Lebanese-born interpreter Helene Assaf were detained in the town of Zintan on June 7 and are accused of smuggling documents to ...

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Troops sent to quell clashes in western Libya

Sunday 17th June 2012 Government sends military to stop clashes between rival armed groups that have killed 16 people Libya’s government has sent troops to put an end to six days of clashes between rival armed groups in the west of the country The fighting, which left least 16 people killed and scores of others injured, is the latest episode of instability eight months ...

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Second world war graves in Libya desecrated again

Sunday 17th June 2012 Military graves desecrated in Benghazi in second such attack in four months Headstones on second world war military graves in Libya‘s eastern city of Benghazi have been desecrated again, in the second such attack in four months Khaled Al-Jazwi, a spokesman for the Benghazi local council, said the attack occurred on Thursday “We don’t know yet who did this,” ...

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Campaigning for landmark Libya election starts Monday

Sunday 17th June 2012 Campaigning for Libya‘s first national election in a generation will kick off on Monday ahead of July 7 polls to choose an national assembly which will re-draw the autocratic system of rule put in place by ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi In a statement on its website, Libya’s electoral commission said candidates will have 18 days to campaign, ...

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Troops sent to quell clashes in western Libya

Sunday 17th June 2012 The Libyan government has declared a “military zone” and deployed troops in the west of the country, after days of clashes between rival militias The authorities have called for an end to the violence, which has left at least 16 people dead since Monday The area includes the mountainous towns of Zintan, Mizdah and Shegayga, some ...

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Army sent to quell clashes in western Libya

Saturday 16th June 2012 Libya‘s government has sent troops to put an end to six days of clashes between rival militias in the west of the country, the latest spasm of instability eight months after Muammar Gaddafi’s overthrow As it seeks to impose its authority on a fractious country, Libya’s new leadership on Saturday called for an immediate ceasefire in ...

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