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How Saif al-Islam became a bargaining chip between Libya’s factions

Even before he was captured and his finger infamously chopped off, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi had a way of making headlines, charming his supporters, and enraging his enemies. Saif was the dapper multi-billion dollar poster boy for détente between Muammar Gaddafi’s Libya and the West. Saif’s allies spearheaded the economic reforms …

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Libya conference for fighting cyber terrorism

The head of international Libya conference for cyber terrorism, Abdel Qader Erhaim, said that the scientific committee began preliminary preparations to take in scientific participations from Arab countries, specialized industrial companies and international experts, referring that Algeria was the first to participate, followed by Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, and Morocco.

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Media practitioners propose reforms on media in Libya

The media practitioners and journalists suggested a significant set of reforms to improve professional criteria and to defend freedom of expression so that it would be an essential cornerstone of the Libyan society. They also agreed, in a symposium organized by the UNESCO, to launch joint initiatives to promote social …

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Libyan journalists: torture, displacement and raping

The Arabic newspaper, Al-Araby Al-Jadid, published a report, and LIBYAPROSPECT is translating here, tackling journalists’ statues inside Libya after the 17th February revolution. It said that after the revolution, a lot of TV stations, radio and newspapers were launched in Libya, so freedom space increased after decades of sole speech. …

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