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Mayor Bill De Blasio was set to become the first mayor in decades to sit out New York City's traditional St. Patrick's Day parade over a dispute involving whether march participants can carry pro-gay signs.
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In this Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 file photo, then Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan speaks to the media during a press conference in Rabat, Morocco.
Date, time, time zone for call: Thursday, March 27, 2014; 10:00 a.m. EDT Brief Description of call: The second in a series of monthly calls, Ambassador Jones and Embassy Tripoli officers will provide an overview and update on security and defense issues in Libya and potential opportunities and challenges for U.S. companies interested in this ... (more)
In the nearly three years since Libyans fought to end 42 years of often brutal and bizarre rule by Moammar Gadhafi, the weak central government that replaced him has proved incapable of tackling the mounting problems.
"OIL IS our strength", declares a billboard campaign launched by Libya's oil ministry.
In this Sunday, March 2, 2014 photo, protesters stand atop a vehicle as others burn in front of the National Conference Hall, in Tripoli, Libya.
In this Friday, March 7, 2014 photo made available on Tuesday, March 11 by the Warrior Affairs Commission, Libyan Defense Minister Abdullah al-Thinni, center, greets soldiers of the Libyan National Army at an Italian military base in the town of Cassino, about 130 kilometers southeast of the capital Rome.
Ali Zeidan has been criticized, opposed, and even briefly kidnapped since taking office as interim prime minister in October 2012.
Libya's parliament ousted Western-backed prime minister Ali Zidan in a Tuesday vote, removing the first democratically chosen leader who had struggled for 15 months to stem the country's spiraling descent into chaos, with divisive political power struggles and rampant militias out of the control of the weak central government.
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 disappeared from air traffic control screens over waters between Malaysia and Vietnam early Saturday morning, leaving the fates of the 239 people aboard in doubt.
The Danish government has reportedly blamed Zimbabwe's failing economy on the under-utilisation of huge tracts of land by the beneficiaries of the country's land reform programme.
Two new family doctors in Yarmouth are planning to accept 300 patients each between mid March and May 27, South West Health has announced.