Two Libyan army cadets have each been jailed in the UK for 12 years for male rape while three others were given sentences of between ten months and a year for sexual assault.
Against the odds Libya has already held successful elections for parliament, the constitutional drafting committee and local councillors.
Libyan Interior Minister Colonel Ahmed Barka has welcomed the arrival of 2,000 Libyan trainees at the Egyptian Police Academy in Cairo.
Libyan policemen have completed a training conducted by UNICEF on Child Rights and Child Protection.
The Libyan government still owes Britain more than £14 million for an aborted military training programme that had to be cancelled when militiamen ran riot in Cambridgeshire.
Libyan army cadets despatched this summer for six-months’ basic training in the UK are being sent home early, after three of their number were charged sex attacks in a nearby town and following a minor mutiny last September which saw a British soldier roughed up.
Libya’s prime minister visits Cairo for military support while violence continues in Benghazi
Egypt has reportedly offered to train pro-government forces battling rival armed groups in Libya.
The US Office of Management and Budget has reportedly approved a controversial Dept of Homeland Security (DHS) rule to ease the way for Libyans to attend U.S. flight schools.
A four-member delegation led by Director General of the Foreign Ministry’s Asia & Australia department, Mohamed Ali Zenati, has been in Delhi to discuss issues of bilateral and multilateral interest with Indian officials.