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BP Still Doing Business in Libya Despite UN Sanctions

As unrest in Libya grew into full fledged violent clashes, member Alyssa Kwan saw a crucial chance to make a difference: calling on BP, one of the largest companies doing business with the Gaddafi regime, to suspend operations in Libya. She launched a concise and effective petition, which quickly gathered more than 2,500 signatures. The UN seemed to agree with the sentiment, imposing sanctions on the current Libyan government and referring several members of the regime to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.
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Libya No-Fly Zone: Opinion on the Intervention

News : The Daily Beast (4 years ago)

Within hours of the U.N.'s resolution approving military force in Libya, the country's government called for a cease-fire on Friday. Libya's foreign minister said that, as a member of the council, Gaddafi's regime is "obliged to acc... Read Post

Libya: Gaddafi regime could unleash chemical weapons stockpile

News : The Coming Crisis (3 years ago)

Desperate members of the collapsing Gaddafi regime could try to unleash Libya’s stocks of chemical weapons, William Hague has warned. The Foreign Secretary said he could not rule out final desperate acts from a regime in its “death ... Read Post

Libya, Syria and Middle East unrest - live coverage

News : Guardian News Blog (4 years ago)

• UN team due in Tripoli to investigate human rights violations• US rejects claims that it wants to assassinate Gaddafi• France and Italy call to close EU borders in wake of unrest• EU discuss sanctions against Syria amid crackdown ... Read Post

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