Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has called on Western powers to help stop the spread of militancy in his country.
Tunis — Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan arrived, on Tuesday in Tunis, from Morocco for a short visit as part of a Maghreb tour.
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25 September 2013 – The Libyan people are moving towards building their own modern democratic State, the country’s Prime Minister today told the United Nations General Assembly, while also urging continued international support, particularly from neighbouring countries.
Political and fiscal pressure is pulling Libya apart at the seams and creating conditions that threaten neighboring countries.
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan has announced the launch of a national dialogue initiative to address some of the most important challenges hindering the country’s progress toward a pluralistic and transparent political system. It is the first sensible initiative taken since Qaddafi’s ouster to try to resolve the political paralysis …
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan Sunday announced the launch of a national dialogue initiative to tackle issues ranging from national reconciliation to disarmament, as Libya battles a wave of instability.
New clashes at key oil terminals in Libya this week and a daring robbery of the European Union ambassador in Tripoli are raising new concerns about economic and political chaos in the North African nation.
ALI ZAIDAN, Libya’s prime minister, is not given to hyperbole. A lawyer and former dissident, he tends to be studious, even dull, in his pronouncements. So it was a mark of the seriousness of strikes that have paralysed the country’s oil ports that he threatened to “bomb from the air …
At Wednesday’s press conference Prime Minister Ali Zeidan revealed that there had been a review of . . .