Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
2006 Libya Special Weapons News
- MND DENIES REPORTED ARMS DEAL WITH LIBYA CNA 12 Aug 2006 -- The Ministry of National Defense (MND) denied Friday a media report that Libya sent delegates to review Taiwan's just-concluded Hankuang No.22 military exercise as the northern African country plans to purchase firearms from Taiwan.
- Middle East: Washington To Renew Ties With Libya RFE/RL 16 May 2006 -- The United States announced on May 15 that it will renew full diplomatic ties with Libya, after praising Tripoli for its "excellent cooperation" in the U.S.-led war on terror.
- U.S. Urges Iran, North Korea To Follow Libya RFE/RL 16 May 2006 -- The United States is calling on Iran and North Korea to follow Libya's example and abandon efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction.
- Libya Important Model for Regime Behavior Change, Rice Says Washington File 15 May 2006 -- Libya's decision to renounce support for terrorism and eliminate its programs for weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles is a model that Iran and North Korea should emulate, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says.
- Analysis: Libya in from the Cold cfr.org 15 May 2006 -- The preemption doctrine is working. At least, that's what the Bush administration officials say in regard to Libya.
- U.S Normalizes Relations With Libya RFE/RL 15 May 2006 -- The United States is restoring full diplomatic relations with Libya and will remove the North African nation from its list of state sponsors of terrorism.
- US to Normalize Ties With Libya VOA 15 May 2006 -- The United States has decided to restore normal diplomatic relations with Libya for the first time in a quarter of a century, and will remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
- U.S. Diplomatic Relations with Libya US Department of State 15 May 2006 -- I am pleased to announce that the United States is restoring full diplomatic relations with Libya.
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