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05:21 | 0 | Voice of Russia
The Russian authorities will continue to defend the interests of Russian companies in Libya, a Kremlin official said adding that Russia is taking specific measures to this end. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on the fringes of the Dushanbe summit on Saturday that Russia
05:22 | 0 | Voice of Russia
Papers discovered in the Tripoli headquarters of Gaddafi’s security establishment contain evidence of close collaboration with the American CIA.