Libya

Worries Over Situation in Libya and Iraq Causes Brent to Hovers lose to $107

Worries Over Situation in Libya and Iraq Causes Brent to Hovers lose to $107On Tuesday Brent crude fell slightly but hovered close to $107 per barrel as concerns over clash in the Middle East and North Africa supported the oil prices.

UAE to UN: Release Libyan frozen assets

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) urged the international community to release the frozen assets of Libya as Qaddafi's regime is all set to meet its end. The country is looking for nod from the United Nations for releasing up to US$700 million in frozen Libyan assets. UAE urged the United Nations to immediately pass resolution regarding release of assets.

Libyan rebels supplied with anti-tank weapons by Qatar

Libyan rebels supplied with anti-tank weapons by QatarThe military at Qatar has started training the rebel movement which aims at thwarting the Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Humanitarian organizations condemn killing of innocent Libyans

Delegates representing 17 national organizations expressed their views about ongoing trouble in Libya and asked for the immediate need of strengthening relief operations in Libya and in the Libyan-Tunisian borders.

The delegates gathered at the 7th MENA Conference International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) expressed disappointment over widespread killings of innocent civilians by Gaddafi’s supporters and western air strikes.

Qatar joins combat mission over Libya

LibyaAs part of the international coalition's operation, the Qatar started the Arab world's first combat missions over Libya where people raised swords of revolt against the autocratic regime of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The move is aimed to propel the country toward democratic elections in line with the public sentiments.

UAE to help Libya via fighter jets

Sheikh-Abdullah-bin-ZayedThere has been lot of disturbances in Libya. Now the UAE will send 12 warplanes so as to help enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. After this UAE will become the second Arab state to provide military support to the coalition's involvement against Col Muammar Qaddafi's rule.

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