2019/21/02 – More than 1,000 “terrorists” have returned from conflict zones to Tunisia, according to one of the country’s top security officials.
Mokhtar Ben Nasr, head the national counterterrorism commission, said the figure accounts for the number of jihadi suspects who have come back since 2011, according to Mosaique FM radio. Continuer à lire … « Tunisia has taken back more than 1,000 terror suspects since 2011 »
2019/18/02 – The Undersecretary of the GNA Ministry of Economy Fathi Ouneis has met the British Charge D’affairs to discuss exchange between the two countries. According to the Ministry’s Communications Office, the meeting was devoted to the role the UK can play in support of small and medium-size projects in Libya, as well as contribution of British companies to the reconstruction effort in Libya. Facilitating entry visas for Libyan citizens was also discussed at the meeting.
2019/12/02 – The UK signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) wth Libya’s Airports Authority to supply it with explosives detectors.
The MoU was signed for the UK at the Tripoli headquarters of Libya’s Airports Authority by British ambassador Frank Baker last 25/01. Continuer à lire … « UK/Libya – UK signs MoU with Libyan Airports Authority to supply explosives detectors »
2019/10/02 – For two decades, violent, extremist organisations have had a devastating impact on the African continent. Attacks by al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), Boko Haram, and their splinter group Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) have displaced millions within and across national borders and decimated vital services, education, healthcare, and businesses. Since 2009, Boko Haram have claimed more than 27,000 lives in Nigeria and Cameroon, and as the Nigerian presidential election in February approaches, the terrorist group has renewed its campaign of violence. Continuer à lire … « What we can learn from the British Army’s help in the fight against Boko Haram #Nigeria »
2019/06/02 – BP expects its planned Greater Tortue Ahmeyim LNG project offshore Mauritania and Senegal to become increasingly cost-competitive as it moves into later expansion phases, a senior company executive said Tuesday.
Speaking after the release of BP’s fourth-quarter earnings, upstream chief Bernard Looney also said BP had seen no signs of cost inflation in the global LNG sector despite a number of new project approvals in recent months. Continuer à lire … « BP lauds cost competitiveness of planned Mauritania/Senegal LNG project »
2019/09/01 – Interior Minister of the PC, Fathi Pashagha, discussed with the Scotland Yard representative for terrorism and training, Richard Clark, inter alia, matters relating to security issues of common concern.
This came during a meeting held at the Interior Ministry in Tripoli on Tuesday, according to the ministry’s Facebook.
The meeting focused on ways to enhance security cooperation between the Libyan Interior Ministry and Scotland Yard Police.
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2019/03/01 – Le ministre libyen de l’Intérieur Fathi Bashagha a demandé mercredi davantage de soutien international afin de mieux former son personnel de sécurité.
Il a tenu ces propos au cours d’une rencontre avec le chargé d’affaires de l’ambassade britannique en Libye, Andrew Allen. Les deux responsables se sont réunis à Tripoli, la capitale libyenne, où ils ont discuté de leur coopération en matière de sécurité. Continuer à lire … « Libye/UK – La Libye demande un soutien international pour mieux former son personnel de sécurité »