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Libya: Internet Journalist Sentenced to Prison
Human Rights Watch - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Government Attempt to Muzzle Free Speech A Libyan court has sentenced an Internet journalist to one-and-a-half years in prison after he published articles critical of the government, Human Rights Watch said today. The sentence is an apparent attempt by the government to silence free speech and dissenting ... more

U.K.: Torture a Risk in Libya Deportation Accord
Human Rights Watch - Sunday, August 13, 2006
International Law Prohibits Deporting Individuals to Countries That Practice Torture The United Kingdom cannot deport individuals to Libya without violating the international prohibition against sending persons to countries where they face a serious risk of torture, Human Rights Watch said ... more

Libya: Retrial of Political Prisoners a Step Forward
Human Rights Watch - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Authorities Should Promptly Provide Fair Trials, Reform of Repressive Laws The Libyan Supreme Court’s reported decision on Sunday to retry 86 political prisoners is a hopeful sign of reform, Human Rights Watch said today. These Muslim Brotherhood members have served seven years in prison for nonviolent activities after being convicted ... more

Libya: Web Writer's Arrest Stifles Debate
Human Rights Watch - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Prison Interview with Internet Critic The Libyan government should release journalist and Internet writer `Abd al-Raziq al-Mansuri and drop the charges against him or grant him a prompt and fair trial, Human Rights Watch said today. Libya’s internal security force has detained al-Mansuri since last January in an apparent effort to ... more

ibya: Reforms Welcome, But Concerns Remain
Human Rights Watch - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Libya has taken important steps to improve its human rights record over the past year, Human Rights Watch said today, following its first-ever visit to the country. But serious problems remain, including the use of violence against detainees, restrictions on freedom of expression and association, and the incarceration of political ... more

Personal Account of Sirleaf Visit to Tripoli - Sunday, August 13, 2006
There has been a myriad of hullabaloo over the past week about foreign travels embarked upon by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. I dare say that in spite being a staunch ally and fully committed to freedom of speech and civil liberties of an individual, some sectors of our society do get ... more

Beware Of the Strings of External Support - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Your Excellency: Again as it were when you assumed the gavel of state in January this year, you have been out and about over the last few weeks fending for this war-ravaged country with a population of high expectation. You turned down a number of invitations for academic laurels and ... more

Qaddafi Fears Return of Colonialism, Regrets Rising Conflicts, Calls for Building of African Military, Political Institutions - Sunday, August 13, 2006
QADDAFI FEARS RETURN OF COLONIALISM - Regrets Rising Conflicts - Calls For Building of African Military, Political ... more

Libyan President Gaddafi Backs Taylor - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, a strong backer of former warlord Charles Taylor, has expressed his opposition to the trial of Mr. Taylor on war crimes ... more

Delegation Led By First Lady Leaves for Libya - Sunday, August 13, 2006
A delegation of women parliamentarians and ministers led by Azeb Mesfin left for Libya yesterday to hold discussions with pertinent organs in that country on family, women, and children's ... more


Ghaddafi to Help Liberia - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Libyan leader, Muammai Gaddafi, has assured the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf that he will assist with the reconstruction of war- torn ... more

Ghaddafi to Help in Reconstruction - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Libyan leader, Muammai Gaddafi, has assured the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf that he will assist with the reconstruction of war- torn ... more

U.S. Announces Plans to Restore Diplomatic Ties - Sunday, August 13, 2006
The United States soon will re-establish full diplomatic relations with Libya, based on Tripoli's 2003 decision to renounce its sponsorship of terrorism and to eliminate its programs for production of weapons of mass destruction, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced May ... more

Pres. Gaddafi to Build School for Affected Youths - Sunday, August 13, 2006
President Muammar Gaddafi of Libya has pledged to build a school for war-affected youths in Liberia. The Libyan leader made the pledge in Tripoli, Libya, during an official visit by President Ellen Johnson ... more

Libya Re-Engages Liberia's Development - Sunday, August 13, 2006
If all go well, then it is no gainsaying that Liberia will surely become a glorious nation in terms of development and investment as the Republic of Libya has expressed interest in reengaging the country's ... more

Country an Important Model for Regime Behavior Change, Rice Says - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Libya's decision to renounce support for terrorism and eliminate its programs for weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles is a model that Iran and North Korea should emulate, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice ... more

U.S. Resumes Diplomatic Relations, Removes Country From Terrorism List - Sunday, August 13, 2006
The US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, has announced the resumption of diplomatic relations with Libya and the removal of the country from the list of nations that supposedly sponsor ... more

Immigrants feared dead 100 miles off Malta
Topix - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Three bodies were yesterday morning intercepted by an Italian trawler, approximately 100 miles south of Malta, after 34 African immigrants were feared to have drowned in two separate incidents at sea under foul ... more

Libya: Outstanding Libyan Women
Global Voices Online - Sunday, August 13, 2006
Hanu was recently featured in the Mideast Connect online magazine because of her work as Managing Director of the Tibra Foundation whose aim is “to organize community-sponsored supportive projects to benefit women of the Libyan community and highlight their achievements.” What ... more

Libya: Libyan Berber and a remarkable Laghouat archaism
Global Voices Online - Sunday, August 13, 2006
In case you ever wondered where in Libya Berber languages are spoken , check out this map at Tawalt (Arabic). Note at least two oases that don’t get any mention in the Ethnologue - Ubari and al-Fogaha , Lameen Souag said. ... more

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