Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Libya / Morocco / Oman

Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Libya / Morocco / Oman

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1995

Oct. 17: The government announced it would no longer seek a seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council, citing hostile US domination of the organization. [10/18 NYT]

Nov. 4: At an unidentified location, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni met with Libyan head of state Mu`ammar Qadhdhafi to discuss bilateral relations and African issues. [11/7 FBIS]

Nov. 23: The Cairo-based Sabah al-Khayr reported that Libyan security forces and Islamists clashed in Benghazi, resulting in 67 casualties. [11/28 FBIS]

Nov. 27: It was reported that opposition leader `Ali Muhammad Abu Zayd had been stabbed to death in London. [11/27 WP]

Nov. 29: State news sources reported that Libya closed its embassy in Mauritania and recalled its ambassador in response to Mauritania's recognition of Israel. [11/30 FBIS]

Nov. 30: Police in Turin, Italy, seized ten tons of weaponry and military hardware worth several million dollars en route to Libya from British, Canadian, and US manufacturers. [12/1 NYT]

Dec. 11: The United Kingdom instructed Khalifa Ahmad Bazelya, a Libyan diplomat at the Saudi Arabian embassy in London, to leave the country by 25 December. …

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