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Libya, WHO discuss treatment of Libyan pediatric cancer patients

China.dot.org 05 Jan 2023
TRIPOLI, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) -- Libyan Acting Health Minister Ramadan Abu-Janah on Thursday discussed with the World Health Organization (WHO) representative Elizabeth ...
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Revealed: Libya aborted plan to hand Gaddafi spy chief to US at last minute

The Observer 23 Dec 2022
The US want the 72-year-old, currently held in prison in Tripoli, to answer questions connected to the attack which brought down a US-bound aircraft over Lockerbie in Scotland in 1988 ... Known as “the butcher”, Senussi is being held in the Rawawa prison in Tripoli and is thought to be in ill health.
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Libya halted extradition of Gaddafi aide to US: report

The New Arab 23 Dec 2022
Masud's family alleges he was unlawfully kidnapped on 17 November from his home in Tripoli by members of a local militia before being handed over to the US, in a move that broke international law ... Senussi, who is wanted by the United States, is currently held in Rawawa prison in Tripoli.
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Qaddafi spy chief extradition to US halted at last minute

Arab News 23 Dec 2022
Al-Senussi, Qaddafi’s former spy chief known as “The Butcher,” was sentenced to death after he was convicted of various crimes in a mass trial in 2015 and is being held in Rawawa prison in Tripoli, where he is said to be in poor health.
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Blaze that led to 2 New Tripoli firefighter deaths called suspicious. What does that mean?

Lehigh Valley 09 Dec 2022
A third person was dead in the woods behind the Schuylkill County home ... In addition to three Pennsylvania State Police fire marshals and personnel from the federal Bureau off Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health will deeply probe the deaths of the two New Tripoli firefighters, Bast said.
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Things to do in Lehigh Valley this weekend and beyond (Sept.30-Oct. 6)

Lehigh Valley 29 Sep 2022
Art/Museums. ONGOING. BETHLEHEM “Starstruck. An American Tale,” works by artist-in-residence Shimon Attie, through Dec. 3 ... 17 ... 6 ... NEW TRIPOLI Health on Wheels Cetronia Open Golf Tournament, light breakfast followed shotgun start round of golf, barbecue lunch with one-hour open bar and awards presentations, 8 a.m., Olde Homestead Golf Club, 6598 Route 309.
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19Labs announces GALE Augmented Reality: Transforming the Clinician Telemedicine Experience

Longview News-Journal 27 Sep 2022
... the clinician, while reducing the risk of third parties accessing the health information." ... Louis Tripoli, Chief Medical Officer for Maclean Health, "The new InsightsAR� is a breakthrough improvement of the healthcare video call experience compared to anything else on the market.
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Liz Truss’s chief of staff paid via lobbying firm in potential tax-saving move

The Observer 25 Sep 2022
The lobbying firm was only set up earlier this year, and has previously counted as clients Libya’s controversial “parliament”, which has twice attempted to overthrow the UN-established government of national unity in Tripoli, and Sante Global, formerly Unispace Health, which was awarded a £680m PPE contract in 2020 ... What is going on?” ... They added ... .
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Liz Truss ‘promised chief of staff next Tory election campaign in exchange for No 10 job’

The Observer 25 Sep 2022
One government source said. “There wasn’t a deal as such ... The firm was only set up earlier this year and has previously counted as clients Libya’s “parliament”, which has twice attempted to overthrow the UN-established government of national unity in Tripoli, and Sante Global, formerly Unispace Health, which was awarded a £680m PPE contract in 2020 ... .
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Liz Truss’s likely chief of staff lobbied government on behalf of Libyan parliament

The Observer 05 Sep 2022
His clients included Libya’s house of representatives, which has twice attempted to overthrow the UN-established government of national unity in Tripoli, and Sante Global, formerly Unispace Health, which was awarded a £680m PPE contract in 2020.
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Who fought who in Tripoli last week, and why

Middle East Monitor 01 Sep 2022
... after two days of violent clashes between two militia groups that left 32 dead and 159 injured, according to the Ministry of Health in Tripoli.
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Libyan Defense Ministry issues arrest warrant for parliament-appointed prime minister

Anadolu Agency 29 Aug 2022
Osama al-Juwaili, the former head of the Tripoli-based military intelligence service; Bashagha’s Minister of Health and his government spokesman Othman Abdel-Jalil; and Mohamed Sowan, the chairman of Libya’s Democratic Party. Bashagha blamed Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh and government officials for the clashes in Tripoli.
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Stay away from battle zones, DFA tells Pinoys in Tripoli

Manila Standard 29 Aug 2022
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has advised Filipinos in Tripoli to get out of harm’s way by taking shelter in safe places amid the ongoing clashes among militias in the Libyan capital ... Nonetheless, the Philippine Embassy in Tripoli has issued two advisories urging ...
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Libya: 'Destruction is all around' - Tripoli residents demand security following deadly clashes between rival govt supporters

Ruptly 29 Aug 2022
Tripoli's residents called for increased security in the city on Sunday, after heavy clashes between rival government supporters the previous day saw the death toll rise to 32, with 159 wounded, according to the country’s health ministry.

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