Tag Archives: Musa Kusa

Al Udeid: CAOC remotely once per month

The plan is to operate the CAOC remotely once per month, while it would remain in Qatar during the remainder of the time. The idea is to reach 8 hours of distanced operation every 24-hour period, either from South Carolina … Continue reading

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Before assuming office, Trump suggested he could end support for FSA. He has…well,

‘A claim March 17 2019 that the U.S. military is developing plans to keep nearly 1,000 U.S. troops in Syria is factually incorrect,’ General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said. [July 22 2017 ]    In … Continue reading

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Libya:Haftar to control entire onshore oil?

Mahmoud Jabril, Ali Tarhouni, Libyan rebel Interim National Council takes shape. Qatar markets rebel oil, Continue reading

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Musa Kusa in slippers

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Musa Kusa helped US after WTC terrorist attacks, rebuffed by rebels

Moussa Koussa’s offer to use his experience to help rebuild Libya has been rebuffed by the new administration in Tripoli. September 8. The defection of Libya’s foreign minister, Musa Kusa, has been hailed as evidence that the military intervention is … Continue reading

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Saif al-Islam al-Qadhaif’s aide Mohamed Ismail Ahmed returned to Libya After London Talks

The reports say Ismail is believed to be back in Libya following his talks with British officials. The Foreign Office said April 1 it wouldn’t “do a running commentary on who we are or are not speaking to” but that … Continue reading

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Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister, resigns, travels to London

Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister, has flown to Tunisia and thence to London. After the September 11 attacks in 2001, Kusa became the linchpin in negotiations with Tony Blair’s government that led to Gaddafi coming in from the international cold. … Continue reading

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