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Attorney General: Some bakeries across Libya used potassium bromate

The Office of the Attorney General said on Monday that it had confirmed the use of potassium bromate in 27 samples that were analyzed by the German Expertise House, and that 232 cases were recorded for 232 violating bakeries, ad

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Al-Hibri says preparing "strong response" to accusations of corruption after being sacked

The deputy governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Ali Al-Hibri, has denied the validity of news circulated about his job reputation, saying that it is a fabrication and untrue, vowing in a speech he delivered at his farewell cer

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Dbeibah says ready to communicate with all parties to end differences

The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah said that he "is ready to communicate with everyone without exception to end all differences and to respond to any initiative to boost confidence among the active rather than passive

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NOC petrochemicals producer, biggest in North Africa to restart operations

The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has given the green light to restart the ethylene plant, the largest station for producing petrochemicals in North Africa, after a hiatus of more than eight years.

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Health Ministry seeks French cooperation for pharmaceutical manufacturing

Deputy Prime Minister/ Minister of Health Ramadan Abu Jinnah has met with representatives of French companies to discuss plans for manufacturing medicines inside Libya in partnership with the latter.

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HoR Speaker says consensus with HCS on state sovereign positions is impending

The House of Representatives' (HoR) Speaker Aqila Saleh said that consensus will be made on state sovereign positions in the few coming days with the High Council of State (HCS), especially since there is a common ground between

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Report: ICC Prosecutor's upcoming arrest warrants in Libya will embarrass 5 Western states

An Italian news report revealed that at least five Western countries will be embarrassed to cooperate in the arrest of alleged suspects in crimes against migrants in Libya, based on the efforts of the International Criminal Cour

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Deadly rainfalls in Gharyan kill two people, places city on 'World Meteorological list' for heavy rains

Two people died on Sunday in the mountain city of Gharyan as heavy rains lashed parts of Libya, paralyzing traffic and forcing schools to close.

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