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Former Prime Minister of Libya Mahmoud JibrilI on Sunday at the 7th Annual Brussels Forum said that Libya shouldn't be abandoned after the fall of the Gadaffi's regime.

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VOA's Sonny Young, with Sonny Side of Sports, profiles three Olympic Libyan athletes.

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Libyan authorities are struggling to cope with a post-revolution influx of migrants, many of whom are using the Mediterranean country as a stepping stone to Europe.

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Mustafa Joha, the commanding officer of Tripoli's naval base, says that the country's coastline is too vast to patrol effectively, especially since NATO forces destroyed most of its ships during the country's war.

And he says European countries should be doing a lot more to help: "Let them come here and try to protect the coastline! We need everyone's co-operation." Al Jazeera's Omar Al Saleh reports from Tripoli.
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In post-Gaddafi Libya, the people face the daunting task of rebuilding their country. A group of Libyans discuss their hopes and fears in The Café.

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Libya has requested the handover of Muammar Gaddafi's intelligence chief after his capture in Mauritania. Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from Tripoli.

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After being under the rule of Muammar Gaddafi for decades, Libyans are now working to overhaul what is being taught in schools and universities.

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Gone are the days when it was compulsory to study Gaddafi's Green Book, outlining his political ideology.

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Misrata -- Libya's third largest city -- still bears the scars of the ferocity of the fighting, but its inhabitants are confident about the future.

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It's been one year since the revolution against Moamer Kadhafi erupted on February 17, 2011. Misrata -- Libya's third largest city -- still bears the scars of the ferocity of the fighting. Twelve months on, residents say they have received little assistance from the new government in Tripoli for desperately-needed reconstruction.
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A day of celebrations across Libya as people mark one year since the uprising that brought down Muammar Gaddafi.

Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdul-Hamid reports from Benghazi, the city where it all began.
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North Africa's most well-preserved Roman ruin used to be a bustling tourist attraction, but since the revolution Libya's Leptis Magna is now a ghost town.

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North Africa's most well-preserved Roman ruin used to be a bustling tourist attraction, but since the revolution Libya's Leptis Magna is now a ghost town.
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Hospitals in Jordan are trying to deal with thousands of Libyan patients receiving treatment.

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Communication between the NTC and Jordanian Hospitals need to be improved so that all patients be treated fairly and appropriately.
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Russia has lost $4 billion due to the loss of arms contracts with Libya as a result of the UN's arms shipments embargo. Anatoly Isaikin, the General Director of Russia's defense export giant Rosoboronexport, said that Russia had concluded arms contracts worth $2 billion with the previous administration of Libya. "We could conclude more contracts for the same amount," the official told Interfax.

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According to Isaikin, Russia stopped executing all defense contracts with Libya following the UN embargo. Moscow plans to conduct negotiations on the subject with the new Libyan administration as soon as the embargo is lifted. The negotiations will solve the fate of the previously concluded contracts, as well as other contracts, that were prepared for signing. "We do not build illusions about it," the official said. In the meantime, foreign media say that Russia's similar arms contracts with Syria may end up the same. This is exactly the reason why Moscow is unwilling to approve the resolution of the Arab League in New York, Germany's Suddeutsche Zeitung wrote. Russia has recently vetoed the draft resolution of the UN Security Council, which urged to end arms shipments to Damascus. Western journalists concluded that Russia had a number of highly lucrative deals with Bashar Assad's regime. The export of defense products and the energy business are the key branches of the Russian industry, the German newspaper said. In addition, Russia's army base in the Syrian port of Tartus is the country's only base in the Mediterranean Sea. The strategy of trusting the old ties did not justify itself in Libya. Some experts say that Moscow's tough position on Syria may cause serious damage to the Russian Federation, the publication also said. In September 2011, a number of Western publications calculated Russia's possible losses in Libya. In addition to $4 billion, which Russia lost as a result of the above-mentioned sanctions, Gaddafi's government ordered anti-vessel complexes in the amount of 600 million euros. It was also said that Russia's several arms contracts with Syria totaling $2.5 billion were not likely to happen. As long as the sanctions against Syria have not been approved yet, Russia will continue shipping military hardware to Damascus. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated that the Chariot vessel had delivered several tons of ammunition to Syria. The contracts were signed and they must be executed, the minister said. Lavrov added that Assad was not Russia's friend. He also said that he was certain that Russian arms were not used against the demonstrators who want the Syrian president to step down.

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Russia Today denounces acts of torture undertaken by the National Transitional Council against detainees. The Nato Operation that brought the NTC into power is also raising questions.

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Several detainees in Libya have died in recent weeks as a result of torture, according to Amnesty International. The human rights group says the crimes were committed by the Libyan military and security forces. The accusations follow similar claims by a French medical aid agency. Thousands of Gaddafi loyalists remain behind bars, now suffering the same atrocities handed out under the late Colonel's regime. RT's Maria Finoshina reports.
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The arms black market has been flooded with weapons from war-torn Libya, says Russia's special envoy to Africa Mikhail Margelov, citing concerns voiced to him by local authorities

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"I recently visited Nigeria, Mali, Mauritania and Morocco, and for these four countries what is happening in the desert is a real nightmare. One of the tribal leaders said to me, what happened in Libya undermined the market. I asked what market? He said, 'Today a Soviet or Chinese-made MANPAD [man-portable surface-to-air missile, like the American FIM-92 Stinger -- RT] costs the price of two Kalashnikovs... It's a real problem, because arms trafficking can end up somewhere in the south of Africa or somewhere in the south of Europe," the diplomat told RT's Sophie Shevardnadze. He says the impression he gets from post-war Libya is that of a fundamentally divided country. "Last time I was in Libya in December... I spent the whole day in Tripoli, and I still have a feeling that I was in a very fragmented city. There are three or four militias hating each other, competing with each other, sometimes shooting at each other. It seems like the pieces of the Libyan political puzzle do not fit together," he said.

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After just a few days of calm in Bani Walid, Libya's interior ministry has sent heavily armed fighters to the town, in bid to recapture it from Gaddafi loyalists who seized control a week ago.

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Heavily armed fighters assembled by the interior ministry, and some remaining members of the National army camped just outside Bani Walid. And dozens are still trooping down here. Some of them are on the lookout for any possible threat, as they prepare to get into Bani Walid.

A fighter said, "We didn't come here because of more trouble or blood shed. All we want is to secure the place and maintain peace to the people of Bani Walid because they are also part of Libya."

There mission here is very clear.. Once they get the go ahead from their commanders and the interior ministry, they will move into the town of Bani Walid and take it over from the Ghadafi loyalists, who have been under control of the town since the beggining of the week..

A fighter said, "We are going into the city to solve the problem that is facing the people of Bani Walid Right now."

This is the last check point before you get into Bani Walid down this road... But we are told we can not go beyond this point, for the sake of our security".

Fighting broke out last sunday in Bani Walid, after one of the brigades arrested a man, believed to be a Gaddafi loyalist. Members of his brigade then ambushed their rival group, taking over control of the town.

The National Transitional council has not been able to contain the frequent incidents of fighting between Rival Groups in Libya, since the fall of Muamar Gaddafi late last year. Many of the battles are believed to be between different tribes and Pro and anti Gaddafi fighters.

Fighters said, "Bani Walid is the same as Tripoli, Benghazi, Misrata, Zintan, Rejban and Zawia. And all of us are Libyans". "We are here to secure the civilians and to enable them feel safe again."

The situation has been calm in Bani Walid since Wednesday, but this latest development, could trigger a fresh battle.

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More speculation has been raised on the reasons for NATO's intervention in Libya. As RT's Laura Emmett reports, the organisation may have been trying to prevent Gaddafi from burying the American buck.

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Managing Director for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Michael Singh talks with Reuters Insider about the death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

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Dr. Zuhdi Jasser joins Stuart Varney to discuss the benefit of helping a post-Gaddafi Libya.

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اهلا بكم مع موجزِ اخبار ليبيا بزنس تي في في أعقاب وفاةِ معمر القذافي يوم الخميس 20...

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اهلا بكم مع موجزِ اخبار ليبيا بزنس تي في في أعقاب وفاةِ معمر القذافي يوم الخميس 20 أكتوبر الفين وأحَد عشَر، أشادت حكومات العالم ببزوغ يومٍ جديد في ليبيا، ودعت الحكومة الجديدة لاعادة بناء اقتصادها بسرعة والشروعِ في مهمة بناء الأمة... الا أن السؤالَ إن كان الربيعُ العربي يُسَرع من عجَلة الإصلاح الاقتصادي أم العكس، أصبح مسألةً ملحة بالنسبة للاقتصاديين في مختلَف أنحاء العالم. وقد جاء عن وَكالة رويترز للأخبار أنه في حين تضع بعض الحكومات الاستقرارَ على المدى القصير نُصبَ عينيها كأولويةٍ تطغى على جهود تحقيق الاستقرار عبر سياساتٍ اقتصادية طويلةِ الأجَل ، الا أن تغييرَ اللاعبين في المجال الاقتصادي في بعض البلدان مثلِ ليبيا، قد يكونُ له تأثير اقتصادي إيجابي. ففي مقالٍ نشره موقعُ " الاهرام أون لاين" المصري ، اتفق عددٌ من الاقتصاديين أنه عندما تكون هناك مواجهةٌ بين الإصلاحات التكنوقراطية والنفعية السياسية، تكون السياسةٌ هي الفائز في اكثر الأحوال. ومع ذلك، فقد أشار الاقتصاديون إلى أن هناك بصيصاً من الإصلاح الاقتصادي في المنطقة، بعضُه يُعزى مباشرة إلى الربيعِ العربي، ومعظمُه متمركزٌ في ليبيا. وقد دلت المقابلات التي أجرتها وكالةُ رويترز مع خبراء الاقتصاد أن ليبيا تُعتبر الآن مثالا ساطعا للبلد المتوقعِ له اجراءُ تعديلٍ شامل لمديري أعماله الذين كانوا يسيطرون على جزءٍ كبير من اقتصاده. ويعود هذا الى كونِهم من عائلة الرئيس المخلوع الراحل معمر القذافي. لذلك هناك دلائلُ مبكرةٌ على أن هيكلَ المُلكيةِ الجديد سيكون أكثرَ عدلا و شفَافية، هذا حسَب رؤيةِ الخبراء الذين اعتمدوا كمثالٍ نجاحَ العمال في شركة النِفط الوطنية الليبية على طرد المديرين المتهمين بالمحسوبية. ومن المرجحِ أن يرتكزَ الاقتصادُ الليبي على قطاعي الِنفط والغاز ولكن في ظل حكومةٍ، وِفقا لرويترز ، ستتسم بعلاقاتٍ خارجية أسلسِ مما سبق. بالإضافة إلى ذلك، يتوقع الاقتصاديون أن القطاعات المُهملة مثلَ السياحة ستزدهر.

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قال المسؤولُ عن قطاع النٍفط بالمجلس الوطني الانتقالي الليبي، علي الترهوني، في مؤتمرٍ صحفي يوم الثلاثاء الحادي عشر من أكتوبر، انه سيتم تشكيلُ لجنةٍ للتحقيق في حجم الفساد الذي كان يمارسه النظامُ السابق.

في حين يقول بعضُ المحللين إنه من الممكن ان يؤدي هذا القرار الى نشر حالةٍ من الذُُعر بين اللاعبين الاقتصاديين الأجانب والتأخير في العودة الى معدلاتِ انتاج النِفط العادية. ، وذكرت مصادرُ متخصصة في هذا المجال انه كان متوقعا منذ فترة طويلة أن يتم الاعلانُ من قِبل المسؤولين الجدد في ليبيا عن تحقيقٍ واسعِ النطاق لتفحص صفَقَات النفط. ويتوقع المحللون أن ينتجَ عن هذا إعادةُ توزيعِ بعضِ العقود القديمة لمكافأة البلدان التي دعمت بشدة الانتفاضةَ الشعبية ضد القذافي.

وكان الترهوني قد قال انه سيتمُ في المستقبل نشرُ تفاصيلَ جميع العقود الجديدة مشيرا الى ان الحكومة الانتقالية لم توافق بعد على أي صفَقات جديدة.

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تستمتع البلدان العربية التي مرت بثوراتِ الربيع العربي بعلاقاتٍ تجارية أفضل من ذي قبل. إذ توصلت ليبيا وتونس الى اتفاقٍ لإنشاء منطقةٍ تجارية بين البلدين من اجل رفعِ حجم التبادل التجاري والصناعي خلال السنوات العشر القادمة. وقد تم تشكيلُ لجنةٍ وزارية لتسهيل التعاون على المدى القصير والطويل للمستثمرين والشركاء من كِلا البلدين.

وكانت وزارةُ التجارة والسياحة التونسية قد أعلنت أن ليبيا أصبحت أكبرَ مستورد للمنتجات التونسية هذا العام.

وقالت الوزارة ايضا إن تونس تصٌدر ثلاثين بالمئة من المنتجات الغذائية والزراعية إلى السوق الليبية، مقارنةً بأربعةَ عشَره بالمئة خلال الفترةِ ذاتها من العام الماضي.

وقد زادت قيمةُ الصادرات التونسية إلى ليبيا بما يساوي مئتي مليون يورو ليصل مجموعُها الكامل بحلول نهاية شهر سبتمبر الماضي الى ثلاثمئة ِ مليون يورو، وهذا مقارنة بمئةِ مليون يورو فقط في الفترة نفسها من عام الفين وعشرة.

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On Thursday the 20th of October 2011,following the death of Moammar Gadhafi, world governments hailed a new day for Libya and called on the new government to swiftly rebuild its economy and embark on the task of nation-building…

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On Thursday the 20th of October 2011,following the death of Moammar Gadhafi, world governments hailed a new day for Libya and called on the new government to swiftly rebuild its economy and embark on the task of nation-building…

Yet, the question of whether the Arab spring speeds up economic reform has become the burning question for economists around the world. According to Reuters, while some governments are putting short-term stability ahead of long-term economic policies, change in economic players in some countries such as Libya, might have a positive economic effect. In an article published by the Egyptian “ al-Ahram online”, economists agree that when there is a showdown between technocratic reforms and political expediency, politics is a much more likely winner . Nevertheless, they point out that there are glimmers of economic reform in the region, some of them directly attributable to the Arab Spring and much is focused on Libya. Economists interviewed by Reuters point to Libya as the shining example of a country set for a wholesale reshuffle of its business managers because much of the economy was controlled by members of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi's family. They argue that there are early signs that the new ownership structure will be fairer and more transparent. They also draw as an example the success of workers at where they have been able to force out managers they accused of cronyism. The Libyan economy , according to Reuters, is likely to remain focused on oil and gas but under a government , which it says will have less prickly foreign relations. In addition, economists forecast that neglected sectors such as tourism will flourish.

On Tuesday the 11th of October, Libya's oil and finance minister Ali Tarhouni told a news conference that Libya would set up a committee to probe the scale of corruption practised by the previous regime. While some analysts say this could spread panic among foreign players and even delay the return to normal oil output, it is reported that Industry sources have long anticipated a wide-scale probe of oil deals by the new rulers in Libya. Analysts expect that this may lead to a reallocation of some old contracts to reward countries which heavily supported the uprising against Gaddafi. Libyan Finance Minister Tarhouni had said that Libya would in the future publish the details of all new contracts adding that the transitional government had not agreed on any new deals.

The Arab spring countries are experiencing better trade and commerce relations than before. Libya and Tunisia have reached an agreement to create a trade zone between the two countries in order to raise industrial and commercial trade volume in the next ten years. A ministerial committee has been set up to facilitate short and long term cooperation for investors and partners from both countries. The Tunisian Trade and Tourism Ministry had announced that Libya became the top importer of Tunisian products this year. The Ministry also said that Tunisia exported 30% of its food and agricultural products to the Libyan market, compared with 14% during the same period last year. The value of Tunisian exports to Libya has increased by 200 million Euros reaching by the end of last September, 300 million Euros, this compared to only 100 million Euros in the same period of 2010.

We will bring the latest Libya business news as it happens..so stay with us.

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