- GHANA GOVT. ANOUNNCED COMPLETION OF TAMALE AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT
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- CONSTRUCTION OF BAGAMOYO PORT UNDERWAY IN TANZANIA
- ZIMBABWE AND CHINA SIGNED BATTERY METAL INDUSTRIAL PARK CONSTRUCTION
- RECONSTRUCTION OF KAILAHUM-BUEDU ROAD BID HELD IN SIERRA LEONE
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh said Sunday he is optimistic about his country’s future relations with neighboring Egypt.
On Saturday, Dbeibeh received a phone call from Egyptian President Adel-Fattah al-Sisi during which he signaled Egypt’s full support to the new Libyan government, according to the Egyptian Presidency.
“I received …Read More
The Libya Review reports that forces affiliated with the Government of National Accord (GNA), known as the Al-Samoud Brigade, announced on its Facebook page its complete refusal to reopen the coastal road between Misrata and Sirte. This goes contrary to the ceasefire agreement reached on October 23, 2020 in …Read More
The Sharara oilfield produces more than 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day, forming roughly one-third of the oil-rich country’s production. The oilfield resumed production on June 7 after a months-long hiatus which caused billions of dollars in losses.
Libya’s National Oil Corporation said Russian and other foreign mercenaries have …Read More
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NATO offers to help Libya with migrant crisis but warned there were no military solutions. Chief Jens Stoltenberg NATO Secertery General said ” they will help build a security institute for Libya. Libya is ready to welcome any support from Italy who requested assistance from Libya.
Since the death of …Read More
Libya’s strongman Khalifa Haftar recovers two major oil ports from rebels.
Libya has recovered two oil export terminals among by the ones attacked last week by rebel forces. The troop was led by Khalifa Haftar. They reclaimed both Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra terminals. It took them one week to fight …Read More