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Ancient Treasure in Beautifully Preserved Roman Ruins in Libya
Archaeologists have unearthed statues, elaborate mosaics and other treasures in a 1,700-year old villa in Ptolemais, about 100 kms east of Benghazi, a key trading port for the ancient Romans on the Libyan coast.

UNESCO Puts Five Libyan World Heritage Sites on Danger List
The World Heritage Committee today placed the five World Heritage sites of Libya on the List of World Heritage in Danger because of damage caused by the conflict affecting the country and the threat of further damage it poses.

OIC Strongly Rejects HRC Resolution on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has strongly rejected a resolution on protection against discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation adopted by HRC, saying the notion is against fundamental precepts of religious and cultural societies around the world.

Opinion: Time to Move Out: The Problem with Mahmoud Abbas and His Authority - By Ramzy Baroud
It was the moment many had been waiting for. On January 2, Palestine’s United Nations envoy, Riyad Mansour formally requested membership at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Libya Prepares to Modernise its ICT Sector
A Libyan delegation headed by Deputy Minister for Communications and Informatics Mr Mohamad Benrasali has approached the International Telecommunication Union, ITU, seeking to establish world-class ICT facilities in the country.

Libya, France Sign Cultural Agreement
Libya and France signed an agreement on cultural cooperation as part of Libya’s reaching out to get assistance from developed countries in all fields.

50 Tonnes of Ammunition Destroyed in Libya
In a matter of a few minutes 50 tonnes of explosives went up in smoke, destroyed in two controlled detonations and ridding Libya of dangerous, unstable explosive remnants of war that pose a serious threat to public safety.

FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualifying Play-offs: Ronaldo Gives Portugal Advantage Over Sweden
The first legs of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 qualifying play-offs from the Europe zone were played on Friday with Cristiano Ronaldo edging out Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the battle of the footballing superstars, by scoring a late diving header in the 82nd minute that gave PORTUGAL a 1-0 win over SWEDEN in Lisbon.

Opinion: Tale of Two Cities: Ramallah, Gaza and the Identity Crisis - by Ramzy Baroud
The distance between Gaza and Ramallah in sheer miles is hardly significant. But in actuality, both cities represent two different political realities, with inescapable cultural and socioeconomic dimensions. Their geopolitical horizons are vastly different as well – Gaza is situated within its immediate Arab surroundings and turmoil, while Ramallah is westernised in too many aspects to count. In recent years, the gap has widened like never before.

2014 FIFA World Cup: Libya, Cameroon Battle It Out For Final Spot From Africa Zone
When everybody thought that Tunisia, hosts and four-time World Cup finalists had all but booked their place in the second stage of qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, on the last day of qualifiers from Group B, they were stunned by Cape Verde who defeated them 2-0 in Rades on Saturday to book their 2014 qualifier playoff spot.

94 Public Libraries to be Opened in Libyan Cities, Villages
The Libyan government has signed contracts to equip and furnish 94 pubic libraries and cultural centers in 22 Libyan cities and villages.

Little Support for Obama on His Aggression Against Syria
Despite rhetoric uttered by the US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday, the Associated Press has reported that President Obama is poised to become the first US leader in three decades to attack a foreign nation without mustering broad international support or acting in direct defense of Americans.

Egyptian Authorities Put Off Move to Disperse Mursi Supporters
In a bid to “avoid bloodshed”, Egyptian authorities on Monday postponed plans to disperse two protest sit-ins at a number of camps by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Mursi to "avoid bloodshed".

Eid Kareem, Eid Mubarak
Muslims the world over are marking the end of Ramadan, the holy month for the Muslim fast, Thursday. This is the month when humility, devotion and commitment to Allah (SAW) are at its peak in every Muslim – the search for spiritual perfection is doubly emphasised

How Fasting is Celebrated in Libya and India
The core value of Ramadan, the holy act of fasting, is universal. Muslims all over the world observe it with exceptional spirit of enthusiasm, devotion and submission. The fundamental goal of fasting is to help people learn how to resist reckless temptations.

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Ancient Treasure in Beautifully Preserved Roman Ruins in Libya
Archaeologists have unearthed statues, elaborate mosaics and other treasures in a 1,700-year old villa in Ptolemais, about 100 kms east of Benghazi, a key trading port for the ancient Romans on the Libyan coast.

UNESCO Puts Five Libyan World Heritage Sites on Danger List
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