Libya

  • Analysis

    The hypocrisy of sanctions: Lessons from Venezuela

    A Lecture by The Zimbabwe Partnership By General Nat Turner IN ORDER to appreciate the impact of Sanctions of Mass Destruction on Zimbabwe, how they undermine our capacity to grow the economy, it is important that we explore objectively on catastrophic effects of these sanctions (SMDs). To a good degree it is the west’s misinformation and miseducation that has made…

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  • Africa & World

    Libyan firm threatens to seize Zambian assets over US$380m debt

    Libyan telecoms investor LAP GreenN is threatening to seize Zambia’s international assets because it says the government owes it US$380 million. The debt dates back to Zambia’s nationalisation of Zamtel in 2012, a year after LAP GreenN bought the company from the previous administration for $257 million. Faisel Gergab, Chairman of the Libyan Post Telecommunications and Information Technology Company, a…

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  • Africa & World

    UN warns world powers against sending weapons to Libya

    By Associated Press BERLIN: U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday urged world powers and others with interests in Libya’s long-running civil war to stop sending arms to its rival governments and keep working toward a lasting cease-fire, warning that the country’s very future “is at stake.” Guterres implored those at a virtual ministerial meeting co-hosted by the U.N. and Germany…

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