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Libya's biggest oil ports Sidra and Ras Lanuf closed after deadly militant clashes
International Business Times UK

Libya's biggest oil ports Sidra and Ras Lanuf closed after dea...

A file photograph of the Es Sidra export terminal in Ras Lanuf, Libya. Reuters Rival militias have clashed at Libya's Sidra and Ras Lanuf oil export ports over the weekend, resulting in a number of deaths and the closure of the terminals. ... International Business Times UK, 6 days ago
Black Flag of Isis Raised Over Libya's Derna Just 200 Miles From EU Coast International Business Times UK, 1 month ago

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VIDEO: Tim Hetherington: Views after the wave

Acclaimed war photographer and film-maker Tim Hetherington was killed in Libya in 2011. But in the summer of 2005, he had travelled with Christian Aid to India and Sri Lanka to meet communities recovering from the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. His ...
 BBC1 week ago Tim Hetherington: Views after the wave  Austin American Statesman1 week ago
Middle East Monitor

Photographer Diana Matar on Libya, her father-in-law's disappearance and portraying absence in her work

Amelia Smith EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW "When you experience that kind of loss you become vividly aware of how absence can become present among people and places where they once lived" Diana Matar is interested in capturing what can no longer be ...
 Middle East Monitor1 month ago

In the Press: UN special envoy to Libya in Malta for talks

Energy minister Konrad Mizzi yesterday presented a letter and a photograph showing that it was former resources minister George Pullicino's permanent secretary, Chris Ciantar, who sent an acceptance letter for a project that lacked bank approval and ...
 MaltaToday1 month ago
Korea Herald

Bulgaria marks 10th anniversary of NATO membership

Bulgarian Ambassador to Korea Petar Andanov addresses the crowd at the Bulgaria: 10 Years in NATO photo exhibition at the Korea Foundation Cultural Center Gallery in Seoul, Dec. 15. (Joel Lee/The Korea Herald) As an eastern Balkan state, Bulgaria ...
 Korea Herald7 hours ago

Best Space Pictures of 2014

Dive Deep Into Lagoon Nebula Photograph by ESO/VPHAS+ team Each week our photo editors hand-pick breathtaking photos of space. Of the 350 space photos published in 2014, we bring you our picks for the 12 best of the year. In the above photo, ...
 National Geographic1 week ago Photographing the Unphotographable  New Yorker1 month ago The NYT Asks War Photographer Moms How They Do It All. We Asked a Dad.  Slate Magazine1 month ago

William Daniels Wins 2014 Tim Hetherington Grant

The photographer has spent the last year documenting Central African Republic's violent tensions French photographer William Daniels, a frequent contributor to TIME, was named the 2014 recipient of the Tim Hetherington Grant by World Press Photo ...
 Time1 week ago

10 most DANGEROUS nations in the world

A resident walks near burning oil tankers which were set ablaze by an bomb explosion in Peshawar. Photograph: Fayaz Aziz/Reuters The Country Threat Index compiled by IntelCenter, a Washington-based company working for intelligence agencies, has placed Pakistan 8th in its list of the most dangerous countries in the world. Afghanistan, the only other South Asian country in the list, is placed fourth, while Iraq ranks first. The rankings were prepared after examining the volume of terrorist and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Pakistan eighth most dangerous country in the world, claims report

Representational photograph. (Photo: PTI/File) Washington: Pakistan is placed eighth in the list of the most dangerous countries in the world, which is led by Iraq, according to a US-based intelligence think tank. Afghanistan, the only other ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
Japan Times

356 killed in month-old battle for Benghazi

BENGHAZI: At least 356 people have been killed in fighting for Libya's second city Benghazi since the launch of a government-backed offensive against Islamist militias a month ago, medical sources said. More than 200 of the dead have been soldiers ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Libyan naval vessel damaged in Benghazi fighting  Jane's1 month ago Libyan militias in Benghazi under aerial bombardment by Egyptian warplanes (+video)  Christian Science Monitor2 months ago Egypt warplanes hit Libya militias, officials say  Japan Times2 months ago
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