By Mathieu Galtier.
Tripoli, 1 June 2013:
About 200 hundred people took part in a conference today intended to draw attention to Tawerghan plans to return to their town on 25 June. The decision to return was announced last month by community elders. The Tawerghans want local and international organisations as well as the media to be present on the day, both to cover the event and prevent those opposed to the return, particularly from Misrata, using force to stop them going back.
Tripoli, 29 May 2013:
Sebha Airport reopened again today after a joint statement was issued by the local council, elders and civil society organisations condemning the kidnapping on Sunday in Tripoli of Alashae Mehdi, head of the Qatrun Martyrs Brigade, which is based in the southern town.
May 29 2013 at 02:03pm
By Abdoulaye Massalatchi
Niamey – France urged African nations on Tuesday to make a concerted effort to tackle a growing Islamist threat in the deserts of southern Libya.
Libya’s General National Congress (GNC) approved a plan last month to train 30,000 young citizens in various disciplines.
The GNC spokesperson confirmed the news April 16th, adding that the legislative body was working to allocate a separate budget for the project.
By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 21 May 2013:
Speaking at Sunday’s Prime Ministerial press conference, the Minister of Education Ali Abed said that his Ministry was working on the review of old curriculums and that many errors in books referring to the old regime were noted and being corrected.