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The Heartbreaking Message Foley Managed to Get to His Family
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The Heartbreaking Message Foley Managed to Get to His Family

James Foley films Libyan NTC fighters attacking the west side of Colonel Gaddafi's home city of Sirte, Oct. 05, 2011, in Libya. John Cantlie/ The family of Jim Foley, the American journalist who was executed by ISIS, has posted a text of ... ABC News, 1 week ago
Syrian Humanitarian Aid Group Holds Vigil For Journalist James Foley International Business Times, 1 week ago

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James Foley Among Many Young, Close-Knit Freelance War Reporters

shows US freelance reporter James Foley (L) on the highway between the airport and the West Gate of Sirte, Libya. Aris Messinis/AFP/ James Foley became the face of freelance journalists covering conflicts abroad when he was taken hostage ...
 ABC News1 week ago When will the US, Europe wake up to the threat of radical Islam?  AlMonitor1 week ago Authorities Hunt for Man With British Voice in Execution Video  MSNBC Newsweek1 week ago US appalled if video of journalist murdered by Islamic State genuine  Big News Network1 week ago
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India helps in evacuation of Nepalese nationals from Libya

press trust of india New Delhi, 16 Aug: India has facilitated evacuation of 126 Nepalese nationals from Sirte area of strife-torn Libya. The assistance by India came after the Nepalese embassy in Cairo sent a note verbale to its mission in ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago India helps in evacuation of 126 Nepalese nationals from Libya  Zee News2 weeks ago India facilitates evacuation of 126 Nepalese nationals from Libya  News on Air2 weeks ago India helps evacuation of 126 Nepalis from Libya  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago
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Hyundai, Doosan suspend Libya plant work

South Korea groups Hyundai and Doosan have suspended construction of a 1,400 megawatt Libyan power plant in the town of Sirte because of security concerns, the plant managing director and a town council spokesman said. "It is only temporary. They ...
 Trade Arabia3 weeks ago Korean firms suspend work on Libyan power plant  Big News Network2 weeks ago HYUNDAI HCN : Doosan suspend plant work  4 Traders2 weeks ago Hyundai and Doosan Leave Libyan Jobsite  Breakbulk3 weeks ago
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Libya's Brega oil port still closed by oil guards -NOC

NOC subsidiary Sirte Oil Co, which runs the port, will have to stop production at the connecting oilfields if the protest lasts for 10 more days, spokesman Mohamed El Harari added. Oil output was about 43,000 barrels per day when the protest ...
 Reuters Africa1 month ago Libyan oil port shut down by protesting guards  Albawaba1 month ago Libyan protesters shut down Brega oil port - state firm NOC  Angola Press1 month ago UPDATE 2-Libyan protesters shut down Brega oil port - state firm NOC  Reuters1 month ago
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Sirte Oil restarts pumping after Brega terminal deal

By staff. Tripoli, 23 July 2014: Pumping from Sirte Oil Compay's Zelten and Marada fields has restarted following a deal . . . This article is only available to registered members. Please login
 Libya Herald1 month ago Libya reaches deal to reopen Brega oil port - NOC  Reuters Africa1 month ago NOC Reaches Deal to Reopen Brega Oil Port  Gulf Oil And Gas1 month ago NOC: Libya Reaches Deal to Reopen Brega Oil Port  DownstreamToday.com1 month ago
Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency

Tunisia bans Libya flights

Tunisia banned all flights from Libya's Misrata, Sirte and Mitiga airports, TAP reported on Thursday (August 21st). The measure was reportedly necessary due to concerns over the security situation, as fighting escalates in Tripoli and Benghazi. ...
 Magharebia1 week ago Tunisia: All Flights From Libyan Airports of Mitiga, Misrata and Sirte Cancelled  AllAfrica.com1 week ago All flights from Libyan airports of Mitiga, Misrata and Sirte cancelled  Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency1 week ago Tunisia All Flights From Libyan Airports of Mitiga Misrata and Sirte Cancelled  Big News Network1 week ago

SIRTEX MEDICAL : Announces 33 Percent Dose Sales Growth of SIR-Spheres® microspheres in Fourth Quarter

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Marketing Weekly News -- Sirtex Medical Inc. , a subsidiary of Sirtex Medical Limited (ASX:SRX), a leading manufacturer of targeted, innovative liver cancer therapies, announced dose sales of SIR-Spheres® ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Sirtex Medical Inc. Announces 33 Percent Dose Sales Growth of SIR-Spheres® microspheres in Fourth Quarter  SearchBug1 month ago CANCER TREATMENT : Patent Application Titled "Methods of Cancer Treatment and Prevention through the Modulation of SIRT4 Activity" Published Online  4 Traders1 month ago
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Four Egyptian Chrisitians abducted near Sirte

By staff. Tripoli, 27 August 2014: According to the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms, four Egyptians were kidnapped in Libya yesterday, near Sirte,, targeted specifically because they were Christians. The four victims are all related ...
 Libya Herald4 days ago

An ode to NATO's mission in Libya

, a low-resolution video shot in Sirte, Libya went viral. It showed a motley
 INooz1 week ago
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