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FAA issues emergency order: US Civil aviation for Libya

editor editor- April 6, 2019 19:48

The FAA is concerned about increased tensions associated with the current conflict for control of the capital, Tripoli. Libya National Army (LNA) forces have begun operations aimed at seizing control ... Read More

Sacred places: Many spiritual sites can be visited via cruise ship

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- December 14, 2018 09:50

There are 100+ cruise itineraries that provide access to sacred places – worldwide sites of healing, guidance, and divine inspiration. The significance of these hallowed sites cannot be expressed in ... Read More

Libyan speaks out about brutality and current life in Tripoli under Gaddafi

editor editor- May 2, 2011 18:45

According to a Libyan government spokesman, Muammar Gaddafi's youngest son, Saif al-Arab, was killed during a NATO airstrike on Saturday, April 30. Read More

Libya’s “Mad Dog of the Middle East” murders Libyan people and Libya’s tourism revival

editor editor- February 25, 2011 03:42

Former US President Ronald Reagan famously described Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi as the “Mad Dog of the Middle East” and a “Looney Tune.” In hindsight, it appears Ronald Reagan’s description Read More

bmi Airlines launches London-Tripoli service

editor editor- September 29, 2010 02:27

One of Britain's leading airlines, bmi, is to launch a new, daily service from London to the Libyan capital, Tripoli. Read More

5-star Corinthia Hotel Tripoli sees new opportunities in US with easing of Libya visa restrictions for Americans

editor editor- August 6, 2010 01:29

TRIPOLI, Libya - The luxurious Corinthia Hotel Tripoli, as one of the leading five-star properties in Libya’s capital city, has benefited from the recent growth of business travel from the ... Read More

Libya gets ready to take center stage

editor editor- September 1, 2009 06:10

Libya's sanctions have for decades impaired access to investors and tourists alike, leaving its five UNESCO World Heritage sites pristine yet unseen. Read More