Cuba: Jurists Debate Int’l Law in Conflicts

2 Havana, Jun 23. -The armed conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and the application of international law by the United Nations in each of those cases will be debated Thursday in this capital by jurists from 11 countries. The Israeli-Palestinian problem will be also analyzed during the 5th International Summer School on Public International Law and the 7th Seminar-Workshop

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Libya: Living Conditions Deteriorate as NATO Bombings Continue

2 Tripoli, Jun 6. -NATO intensified its air raids over this capital and other parts of Libya on Monday, further damaging the living conditions of civilians while backing the offensive by anti-government rebels. NATO warplanes and helicopter gunships fired at buildings in Tripoli where Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi is assumed to live, as well as other armed forces and government

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UN Actions in Libya, Tunez, Egypt Announced

2 United Nations, Mar 13. -The United Nations will develop a strong activity in North Africa next week, with direct actions in Libya, Tunisia and Egypt, confirmed the organization''s secretary general Ban Ki-moon. The first action will be executed by the former Jordanian foreign minister and newly appointed UN special envoy to Libya Abdelilah Al Khatib, who arrived in Tripoli

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Chavez Asks for Peace in Libya, Slams Double Standard

1 Caracas, Feb 26. – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez spoke out again for peace and a peaceful solution to the conflict in Libya, while slamming the double standard used by certain countries. "From here, with this heart, I pray for peace in Libya and denounce the double standard of those who condemned it immediately but are silent about the Israeli

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