• Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

    Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800 landing on runway 09 at Tripoli International Airport, Libya on 4th October, 2009.

    published: 10 Oct 2009
  • Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014

    The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP t...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • (HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)

    الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings Airbus A319, Reg: 5A-WLB landing, taxiing and engine shut down at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport, Libya, HLLM coming from Monastir Habib Bourguiba Aiport, Tunisia, DTMB هبوط بمطار معيتيقه بطرابلس قادمه من المنستير، تونس

    published: 09 Apr 2016
  • Tripoli, Libya Airport 07/06/2012 at 14:45

    British Airways resumes safely to Tripoli, Libya. ربي إجعل هذا بلداً آمناً واجعل كيد من أراد به شرا في نحره

    published: 07 Jun 2012
  • NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

    Libyan Civil Aviation Authority LCAA DESIGNED BY ADPI

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

    A security official said forces from Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes on Maitiga airport in Tripoli and on an airport in Misrata town on Tuesday to retaliate against rival forces controlling the capital. The air force commander for the recognized government, said the strikes were in response to attacks on Zintan airport by forces allied to the Libya Dawn group, which took over Tripoli last year and set up its own government. A source at Maitiga airport in the Tripoli said the strikes had hit an area near the runway, but did not cause any major damage. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/AbaBBw0wDbg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

    Here a short clip, of landing at Tripoli airport. Shortly after, the war campaign against Muammar Al Gaddafi and Libya started, with an "Non Fly Zone"...! For more information`s about Al Gaddafi and Libya, visit also; http://algaddafi.org/

    published: 07 Dec 2014
  • Togo opens ultramodern airport terminal

    A new terminal of the Gnassingbe Eyadema International Airport in Togo finally opened its doors to passengers. The ultramodern terminal is expected to handle about 2.5 million passengers per year while its annual freight handling capacity has been increased to 35,000 tons. "It's my first time in this magnificent airport. I would like to first share the joy of everyone of Lome building an airport that conforms to international standards. It can now be compared to those in other African capitals… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/04/28/togo-opens-ultramodern-airport-terminal Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews i...

    published: 28 Apr 2016
  • Are Egypt's airports safe?

    CNN's Erin McLaughlin looks at the security measures that are being implemented to ensure the safety of thousands of tourists flying out of Sharm el-Sheikh.

    published: 06 Nov 2015
  • Libya minister defends security after airport hijack

    (23 Dec 2016) The Libyan Minister of Transportation in the UN-backed government of national accord said in a news conference in Tripoli on Friday that a plane was being prepared to go to Malta and return passengers who were on a hijacked flight to the Libyan capital. Gunmen hijacked a Libyan Airbus A320 aircraft during a domestic flight between the airports of Sabha and Mitiga, carrying 118 passengers, and forced it to land in Malta. The Maltese authorities announced the arrestment of the hijackers as soon as they landed and declared the successful release of all passengers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/02f40f61f4b3a1f6a3c9f576deee5301 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport after fighting nationalists in Libya

    In Libya, a group of Misrata militants calling themselves Fajr Libya claim that they've totally captured Tripoli Airport after days of fighting against rival nationalist militiamen. If confirmed, the claim would be a major defeat for the Zintan forces that held the airport since the fall of former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. The airport, located south of the capital Tripoli, has been shut since July 13 amid skirmishes between the two rival militia groups. Meanwhile, the Fajr Libya militants accused the United Arab Emirates and Egypt of involvement in two air raids against their forces in the past week. The militia group also said the provisional government and the country's new parliament were accomplices of the raids.

    published: 24 Aug 2014
  • Libya deports Nigerian migrants

    (21 Dec 2016) LEAD IN: Libya is sending over a hundred migrants back to Nigeria. STORY-LINE: At the departures hall of Tripoli's Maetiga airport, a large number of migrants are queuing to get their flights home. The Libyan Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration, with the help of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), is sending home 140 Nigerian migrants from the Libyan capital. The deportation decision was taken now because Libyan detention centres are getting very crowded and the cost of the feeding and taking care of migrants in such places is running up quite a bill. There are more plans to deport more migrants in the near future especially now that African embassies in Tripoli are starting to cooperate with the immigration department. "I'd like to give a word of...

    published: 26 Dec 2016
  • A special guest lands at Malta International Airport!

    Wherever you are. Wherever you're going. Merry Christmas.

    published: 24 Dec 2013
  • Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014

    The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP t...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • Mussolini In Libya (1937)

    Full title reads: "MUSSOLINI IN LIBYA". Tripoli, Libya. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini arriving in a barge on Libyan shore. Band and troops lined up giving Il Duce Fascist salute. He replies. Pan along the houses, windows, roads and rooftops packed with Arabs greeting the leader. Lines of Libyan girls in traditional clothes waving fro the side of road. Duce rides in a car watching the achievements of the Fascists - new road, new airport, new buildings etc. Mussolini standing in open car giving the crowds Fascist salute. Mussolini and Governor of Libya Italo Balbo (allegedly the best looking man in the Italian Army) standing next to the Moslem priest listening to a prayer. FILM ID:915.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT ...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

    Arabic/Eng Libya continues to resist pressure from the US which insists Tripoli hand over two suspects accused of blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland seven years ago, Early last month, Washington imposed harsh sanctions on foreign companies that invest in the Libyan economy in an attempt to break the isolated Arab state. The sanctions came on top of the embargo the United Nations imposed in 1992, restricting international flights to and from Libya. Libya has so far ruled out handing over the suspects to the US - and is determined to endure the sanctions for as long as necessary. Tripoli's International Airport has had no regular international aircraft take off from its runways since 1992 when the United Nations imposed air sanctions. Since then Libyan aircraft have been...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition

    Twice in the last seven days, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have secretly launched airstrikes against Islamist-allied militias battling for control of Tripoli, Libya, four senior American officials said, in a major escalation of a regional power struggle set off by Arab Spring revolts. The United States, the officials said, was caught by surprise: Egypt and the Emirates, both close allies and military partners, acted without informing Washington, leaving the Obama administration on the sidelines. Egyptian officials explicitly denied to American diplomats that their military played any role in the operation, the officials said, in what appeared a new blow to already strained relations between Washington and Cairo. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage A fighter from th...

    published: 26 Aug 2014
  • Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

    Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • State of Alert Israel style - (vpro backlight documentary - 2017)

    ‘When it comes to security, Europe is still in a state of denial’ – (Michal Marmary, Homeland Security Tel Aviv) Recent suicide attacks in Paris, Brussels, Nice and Berlin have greatly increased focus on civilian safety in Europe. More and more, politicians, security experts and the media refer to Israel as a model of well-organized civilian security. Some even talk about the ‘Israelisation of Europe’. But what exactly is the Israeli security model? Can it be applied in Europe and what world view would our continent be importing along ith it? After the recent terror attacks in Europe, a golden age has dawned for Israeli businesses, with the export of security expertise and technology. Companies such as Radwin, Faception and Magal S-3 are now at the vanguard when it comes to camera surveil...

    published: 05 Mar 2017
  • LIVE from Malta airport after plane lands in suspected hijacking

    Live from Malta airport as a plane believed to be carrying over 100 people on board, was rerouted to Malta from Libya, on Friday, December 23. The Afriqiyah Airways plane was intended to be a domestic flight between the Libyan cities of Sebha and Tripoli; but, during the suspected hijacking, it was diverted and grounded in Malta. Security and emergency services are currently on stand-by. The situation is developing. Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 23 Dec 2016
  • Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

    Libyan nationals stranded abroad because of recent clashes between rival militias at Tripoli International Airport have begun arriving home. They've been routed back into the country through Misrata instead. The state owned Libyan Afriqiyah airline, and Libyan Airways, have resumed international flights - to bring back Libyan citizens stuck outside the country due to violence at Tripoli International Airport. Passengers - stranded for more than ten days in Istanbul - were among the first arrivals here in Misrata. They touched down on a Libyan Afriqiyah plane on Tuesday. The passengers were originally destined for Tripoli. Moftah Al-Khduri is one of those returning from Turkey: "The first flight we took did not have permission to land so it turned back and we stayed for more tha...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Russia: Construction breakthrough at Sheremetyevo airport for World Cup 2018

    A twin tunnel linking two terminals of Russia’s busiest airport, Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport, was broken through on Tuesday, as part of construction work for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup. Workers at the airport filmed and cheered at the moment the huge digger carved its way through, marking the final stages of the six month project. One of the remarkable aspects of the works was that the excavating gear ploughed its way under the airport runways which remained in full operational. SOT, Nikolai Skladnyev, Vice President of TPS Real Estate Agency (Russian): "The uniqueness of this project is the fact that during the production works the operation of the airport did not stop. This is a great merit of the airport staff and of all those people who performed passenger trans...

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

    Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports & other NATO targets, Libya 19 Mar 2011

    published: 19 Mar 2011
  • Libya: Unidentified explosive shells found near capital city Tripoli: VOA60 Africa 02-15

    South Africa: African Risk Capacity initiates an insurance product for disease outbreaks post-Ebola. Egypt: Dust storm in Cairo limits visibility, preventing air traffic from landing in two prominent airports. Somalia: Somalia tries to prevent closure of money transfers from the U.S., which could have a serious economic impact. Libya: Unidentified explosive shells found near capital city Tripoli. DR Congo: “Sapeurs” or elegant people in DR Congo celebrate Day of Sape.

    published: 11 Feb 2015
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Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

Landing at Tripoli International Airport, Libya

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Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014

Libyan plane explosion " Afriqiyah Airways A330 " 2014

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The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP that" fierce fighting with heavy weapons took place Sunday between rival armed groups clashing week ago to take control of Tripoli's international airport. The official said the airport security Gilani Aldahish "The airport suffered on Sunday morning for a mortar attack, missiles and artillery tanks," stressing that "the deadliest attack" since the beginning of the clashes, and explained that the plane to the runway in Libya burn. The picture and video show put on social networking plane belonging to the airline, while the Libyan burning smoke cloud rising above the airport. He Aldahish The Zintan Brigades rebels fighting an attack by a group of city Misrata competition and other Islamist groups in the west of Tripoli. He could not clarify whether the victims fell. Residents said the area close to the airport that the battles "very violent" spin, explaining that they saw tanks involved in the fighting. The battles took place Friday between armed groups around the airport a few hours after the announcement of a cease-fire between the warring militias since the week for control of the airport. The Tripoli airport has been closed since Sunday after an attack by Islamic militias to expel al-Zintan rebels who control it since 2011, with other locations both military and civilian in the south of the Libyan capital. Since the outbreak of violence Sunday dozens of shells fell on the airport and damaged installations and more than a dozen planes to Libya.
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(HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)

(HD) ✈الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings A319 landing at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport (City Views)

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الاجنحة الليبية Libyan Wings Airbus A319, Reg: 5A-WLB landing, taxiing and engine shut down at Tripoli Mitiga International Airport, Libya, HLLM coming from Monastir Habib Bourguiba Aiport, Tunisia, DTMB هبوط بمطار معيتيقه بطرابلس قادمه من المنستير، تونس
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Tripoli, Libya Airport 07/06/2012 at 14:45

Tripoli, Libya Airport 07/06/2012 at 14:45

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British Airways resumes safely to Tripoli, Libya. ربي إجعل هذا بلداً آمناً واجعل كيد من أراد به شرا في نحره
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NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

NEW TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT

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Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

Libya Forces Hit Airports in Tripoli, Misrata: Security Official

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A security official said forces from Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes on Maitiga airport in Tripoli and on an airport in Misrata town on Tuesday to retaliate against rival forces controlling the capital. The air force commander for the recognized government, said the strikes were in response to attacks on Zintan airport by forces allied to the Libya Dawn group, which took over Tripoli last year and set up its own government. A source at Maitiga airport in the Tripoli said the strikes had hit an area near the runway, but did not cause any major damage. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/AbaBBw0wDbg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

Airbus landing at Tripoli airport, Libya. Last peaceful landings, early March 2011

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Here a short clip, of landing at Tripoli airport. Shortly after, the war campaign against Muammar Al Gaddafi and Libya started, with an "Non Fly Zone"...! For more information`s about Al Gaddafi and Libya, visit also; http://algaddafi.org/
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Togo opens ultramodern airport terminal

Togo opens ultramodern airport terminal

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A new terminal of the Gnassingbe Eyadema International Airport in Togo finally opened its doors to passengers. The ultramodern terminal is expected to handle about 2.5 million passengers per year while its annual freight handling capacity has been increased to 35,000 tons. "It's my first time in this magnificent airport. I would like to first share the joy of everyone of Lome building an airport that conforms to international standards. It can now be compared to those in other African capitals… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/04/28/togo-opens-ultramodern-airport-terminal Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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Are Egypt's airports safe?

Are Egypt's airports safe?

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CNN's Erin McLaughlin looks at the security measures that are being implemented to ensure the safety of thousands of tourists flying out of Sharm el-Sheikh.
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Libya minister defends security after airport hijack

Libya minister defends security after airport hijack

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(23 Dec 2016) The Libyan Minister of Transportation in the UN-backed government of national accord said in a news conference in Tripoli on Friday that a plane was being prepared to go to Malta and return passengers who were on a hijacked flight to the Libyan capital. Gunmen hijacked a Libyan Airbus A320 aircraft during a domestic flight between the airports of Sabha and Mitiga, carrying 118 passengers, and forced it to land in Malta. The Maltese authorities announced the arrestment of the hijackers as soon as they landed and declared the successful release of all passengers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/02f40f61f4b3a1f6a3c9f576deee5301 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport  after fighting nationalists in Libya

Misrata militants claim taking Tripoli Airport after fighting nationalists in Libya

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In Libya, a group of Misrata militants calling themselves Fajr Libya claim that they've totally captured Tripoli Airport after days of fighting against rival nationalist militiamen. If confirmed, the claim would be a major defeat for the Zintan forces that held the airport since the fall of former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. The airport, located south of the capital Tripoli, has been shut since July 13 amid skirmishes between the two rival militia groups. Meanwhile, the Fajr Libya militants accused the United Arab Emirates and Egypt of involvement in two air raids against their forces in the past week. The militia group also said the provisional government and the country's new parliament were accomplices of the raids.
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Libya deports Nigerian migrants

Libya deports Nigerian migrants

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(21 Dec 2016) LEAD IN: Libya is sending over a hundred migrants back to Nigeria. STORY-LINE: At the departures hall of Tripoli's Maetiga airport, a large number of migrants are queuing to get their flights home. The Libyan Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration, with the help of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), is sending home 140 Nigerian migrants from the Libyan capital. The deportation decision was taken now because Libyan detention centres are getting very crowded and the cost of the feeding and taking care of migrants in such places is running up quite a bill. There are more plans to deport more migrants in the near future especially now that African embassies in Tripoli are starting to cooperate with the immigration department. "I'd like to give a word of advice to all the ambassadors, either they are in Libya or outside Libya, especially in the neighbouring countries; to stay in contact with us regarding the transport of their national citizens because it's costing the Libyan state large amounts of money," says Abdelrazag Shnaiti, Director of Protocol in Department of Anti-Illegal Immigration. The highest number of migrants nationalities in Libyan detention centres are, Nigeria, Niger, Gambia and Somalia, according to Shnaiti's department. The migrant crisis began to escalate dangerously in 2015 when high numbers of unauthorised foreign nationals attempted to travel to the European Union. According to the United Nations, the most dangerous migration route is from Libya to Italy, where the UN estimates one in every 47 refugees dies. The UN recently reported that migrants in Libya are subject to serious human rights violations and abuses. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4e3cd66e5b128848797e81b2b2149233 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A special guest lands at Malta International Airport!

A special guest lands at Malta International Airport!

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Wherever you are. Wherever you're going. Merry Christmas.
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Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014

Damage that occurred Tripoli International Airport 2014

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The Health Ministry said the Libyan More than 47 people were killed in a week of fighting in the Tripoli International Airport. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday evening that the Libyan clashes department since July 13 between rival militias for control of the airport in Tripoli have left more than 47 dead and 120 injured. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP that the toll does not include victims who were killed in clashes Sunday, which is considered the most virulent since the outbreak of fighting, and also includes cases that have been evacuated to field hospitals were not documented in hospital records. According to a local official, the battles that took place Sunday caused the deaths of five civilians at least. An official in airport security and witnesses told "AFP that" fierce fighting with heavy weapons took place Sunday between rival armed groups clashing week ago to take control of Tripoli's international airport. The official said the airport security Gilani Aldahish "The airport suffered on Sunday morning for a mortar attack, missiles and artillery tanks," stressing that "the deadliest attack" since the beginning of the clashes, and explained that the plane to the runway in Libya burn. The picture and video show put on social networking plane belonging to the airline, while the Libyan burning smoke cloud rising above the airport. He Aldahish The Zintan Brigades rebels fighting an attack by a group of city Misrata competition and other Islamist groups in the west of Tripoli. He could not clarify whether the victims fell. Residents said the area close to the airport that the battles "very violent" spin, explaining that they saw tanks involved in the fighting. The battles took place Friday between armed groups around the airport a few hours after the announcement of a cease-fire between the warring militias since the week for control of the airport. The Tripoli airport has been closed since Sunday after an attack by Islamic militias to expel al-Zintan rebels who control it since 2011, with other locations both military and civilian in the south of the Libyan capital. Since the outbreak of violence Sunday dozens of shells fell on the airport and damaged installations and more than a dozen planes to Libya.
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Mussolini In Libya (1937)

Mussolini In Libya (1937)

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Full title reads: "MUSSOLINI IN LIBYA". Tripoli, Libya. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini arriving in a barge on Libyan shore. Band and troops lined up giving Il Duce Fascist salute. He replies. Pan along the houses, windows, roads and rooftops packed with Arabs greeting the leader. Lines of Libyan girls in traditional clothes waving fro the side of road. Duce rides in a car watching the achievements of the Fascists - new road, new airport, new buildings etc. Mussolini standing in open car giving the crowds Fascist salute. Mussolini and Governor of Libya Italo Balbo (allegedly the best looking man in the Italian Army) standing next to the Moslem priest listening to a prayer. FILM ID:915.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

LIBYA: TRIPOLI: EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS BECOME EVIDENT

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Arabic/Eng Libya continues to resist pressure from the US which insists Tripoli hand over two suspects accused of blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland seven years ago, Early last month, Washington imposed harsh sanctions on foreign companies that invest in the Libyan economy in an attempt to break the isolated Arab state. The sanctions came on top of the embargo the United Nations imposed in 1992, restricting international flights to and from Libya. Libya has so far ruled out handing over the suspects to the US - and is determined to endure the sanctions for as long as necessary. Tripoli's International Airport has had no regular international aircraft take off from its runways since 1992 when the United Nations imposed air sanctions. Since then Libyan aircraft have been restricted to flying inside the country's own borders. The air sanctions affect those wishing to enter or leave Libya - they have to suffer long hours of travelling overland to one of Libya's few border airports. In addition, they affect the arrival of much needed supplies - the country is running dangerously low on medicines. But four years of a ban on international air traffic has not dented Libya's resolve not to surrender the wanted men. Despite the hardship, the Libyans are determined to endure the embargo. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "The air embargo affects Libyans and limit medicine, trade and all kinds of travel. We don't even have to talk about it. It is obvious." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "The sanctions placed on us affect everything - medicine for example. If the embargo is slightly lifted then life would be better." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop Opponents of the regime of Colonel Moammar Gadhafi claim the sanctions have not targetted the right area. They say Libya is still able to sell as much oil as it wants and that goods can still be imported by ship. But Libya's oil industry may not be remain untouched for much longer. The US has stepped up pressure against Tripoli, which it accuses of supporting "state- sponsored terrorism". Recently, President Clinton signed new legislation imposing a range of sanctions against foreign companies investing in either Libya or Iran's oil industries. Considering the vital importance of Libya's oil industry to the national economy, the sanctions could have a drastic effect not too far down the road. But Gadhafi's critics doubt whether any amount of sanctions will ever have the desired effect. SOUNDBITE: "Any kind of sanctions are never going to affect the political system. We have the Iraqi example in front of us and no matter how harder the sanctions get, the new American law of punishing companies who are investing money in Libya will never affect the system. The system has enough money to spend on itself and its soldiers and officers and the people might suffer if more sanctions are put in place, but present sanctions are not enough. They are just symbolic." SUPER CAPTION: Abd El-Hamid, Libyan dissident The new US measures are aimed at undermining the credibility of Moammar Gadhafi. But critics of the Libyan regime believe the sanctions are only hurting the people, leaving the reins of power firmly in Gadhafi's hands. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/66f1d135fc15d85b7cdd16629c24ae84 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition

Airstrike Over Libya Airport Conducted By Arab Coalition

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Twice in the last seven days, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have secretly launched airstrikes against Islamist-allied militias battling for control of Tripoli, Libya, four senior American officials said, in a major escalation of a regional power struggle set off by Arab Spring revolts. The United States, the officials said, was caught by surprise: Egypt and the Emirates, both close allies and military partners, acted without informing Washington, leaving the Obama administration on the sidelines. Egyptian officials explicitly denied to American diplomats that their military played any role in the operation, the officials said, in what appeared a new blow to already strained relations between Washington and Cairo. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage A fighter from the Zintan brigade after rockets fired by one of Libya's militias struck and ignited a fuel tank in Tripoli earlier this month. Strife in Libya Could Presage Long Civil WarAUG. 24, 2014 The strikes in Tripoli are another salvo in a power struggle defined by old-style Arab autocrats battling Islamist movements seeking to overturn the old order. Since the military ouster of the Islamist president in Egypt last year, the new government and its backers in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have launched a campaign across the region — in the news media, in politics and diplomacy, and by arming local proxies — to roll back what they see as an existential threat to their authority posed by Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia

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Morning drive to the office. Janzour to Gergarish, Tripoli, Lybia
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State of Alert Israel style - (vpro backlight documentary - 2017)

State of Alert Israel style - (vpro backlight documentary - 2017)

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‘When it comes to security, Europe is still in a state of denial’ – (Michal Marmary, Homeland Security Tel Aviv) Recent suicide attacks in Paris, Brussels, Nice and Berlin have greatly increased focus on civilian safety in Europe. More and more, politicians, security experts and the media refer to Israel as a model of well-organized civilian security. Some even talk about the ‘Israelisation of Europe’. But what exactly is the Israeli security model? Can it be applied in Europe and what world view would our continent be importing along ith it? After the recent terror attacks in Europe, a golden age has dawned for Israeli businesses, with the export of security expertise and technology. Companies such as Radwin, Faception and Magal S-3 are now at the vanguard when it comes to camera surveillance, automated border control and facial recognition. But what kind of ‘state of mind’ is Europe now importing into its police departments, security services and city authorities? What makes the Israeli model so characteristic and successful that the European authorities are getting so enthusiastic about it? And what are the consequences of applying such a model? Originally broadcasted by VPRO in 2017. © VPRO Backlight March 2017 VPRO Documentary: Our globalized world causes societies, economies and cultures to seek a new balance. VPRO Documentary reflects on this with new features every week. We research subjects like politics, world economy, society and science with experts and try to grasp the essence of prominent trends and developments. So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you! Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75PWWQrls0z6fh0loY5I4Q vpro Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpnazGScKQfGauk7YNyI21w vpro Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9sXw4ZdPEIp6bYGvLW-_iA vpro World Stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqJ6GC0klkbFuQa-0ZePqkQ vpro Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A vpro VG (world music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KX3q7zIz7s2rjooBfl6Nw vpro 3voor12 (alternative music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-p9faJQsBObRNiKY8QF2NQ vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgVYRLGraeL9rGMiM3rBHA www.vprobroadcast.com Credits: Director: Nirit Peled English, French and Spanish subtitles: Ericsson. French and Spanish subtitles are co-funded by European Union.
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LIVE from Malta airport after plane lands in suspected hijacking

LIVE from Malta airport after plane lands in suspected hijacking

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Live from Malta airport as a plane believed to be carrying over 100 people on board, was rerouted to Malta from Libya, on Friday, December 23. The Afriqiyah Airways plane was intended to be a domestic flight between the Libyan cities of Sebha and Tripoli; but, during the suspected hijacking, it was diverted and grounded in Malta. Security and emergency services are currently on stand-by. The situation is developing. Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

Libyans stranded abroad begin arriving back home

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Libyan nationals stranded abroad because of recent clashes between rival militias at Tripoli International Airport have begun arriving home. They've been routed back into the country through Misrata instead. The state owned Libyan Afriqiyah airline, and Libyan Airways, have resumed international flights - to bring back Libyan citizens stuck outside the country due to violence at Tripoli International Airport. Passengers - stranded for more than ten days in Istanbul - were among the first arrivals here in Misrata. They touched down on a Libyan Afriqiyah plane on Tuesday. The passengers were originally destined for Tripoli. Moftah Al-Khduri is one of those returning from Turkey: "The first flight we took did not have permission to land so it turned back and we stayed for more than one week like homeless people in Istanbul and today thanks to God we got a flight that returned us back to our country." The delay in flights was caused by the main air control tower at Tripoli International Airport being damaged during recent fierce fighting between various militia. It led to Libya linking air space control at Matiqa Tripoli airport with Malta. Another passenger, Salim Bait Almaal, who's the former head of Misrata local council, explains what they were told: "From what we heard that there is an agreement between Malta and Matiqa airport (other Tripoli airport that will become the air control headquarters in the country) and this is the real reason for closing the airspace partially for Misrata. For more than a week the people were stuck and about 1500 passengers were stuck in Istanbul airport alone and other airports around the world, where there are thousands of passengers." Libya is currently witnessing one of its worst spates of violence since the ouster of long-time dictator Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4429c62333e22338080a050e054ee6a4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia: Construction breakthrough at Sheremetyevo airport for World Cup 2018

Russia: Construction breakthrough at Sheremetyevo airport for World Cup 2018

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A twin tunnel linking two terminals of Russia’s busiest airport, Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport, was broken through on Tuesday, as part of construction work for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup. Workers at the airport filmed and cheered at the moment the huge digger carved its way through, marking the final stages of the six month project. One of the remarkable aspects of the works was that the excavating gear ploughed its way under the airport runways which remained in full operational. SOT, Nikolai Skladnyev, Vice President of TPS Real Estate Agency (Russian): "The uniqueness of this project is the fact that during the production works the operation of the airport did not stop. This is a great merit of the airport staff and of all those people who performed passenger transportation in the meantime. We managed to go under the runways and passengers hardly noticed that." Video ID: 20170221 062 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports

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Civilians at Tripoli, Sirte, Bab El Aziziz, Airports & other NATO targets, Libya 19 Mar 2011
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Libya: Unidentified explosive shells found near capital city Tripoli: VOA60 Africa 02-15

Libya: Unidentified explosive shells found near capital city Tripoli: VOA60 Africa 02-15

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South Africa: African Risk Capacity initiates an insurance product for disease outbreaks post-Ebola. Egypt: Dust storm in Cairo limits visibility, preventing air traffic from landing in two prominent airports. Somalia: Somalia tries to prevent closure of money transfers from the U.S., which could have a serious economic impact. Libya: Unidentified explosive shells found near capital city Tripoli. DR Congo: “Sapeurs” or elegant people in DR Congo celebrate Day of Sape.
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