Saturday, July 28, 2007


"French President Nicolas Sarkozy signed a raft of partnership deals with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Wednesday covering a range of issues including cooperation on atomic development... Libya has the world's 8th largest proven oil reserves and has ambitious plans to expand production by 2012 from 1.6 million barrels per day (bpd) to 3 million bpd. With Europe dominating trade with Libya, the EU is expected to foster a series of partnership agreements with Tripoli in coming months that would cement the role of member states in the Libyan oil and gas sector..." - Unseemly scramble for Libyan oil

A preliminary deal has been signed that could see South Korean nuclear technology employed in Indonesia for the first two of four potential reactors. Indonesia strengthens South Korean connection

Australians unlikely to trust terror law now

"The UK’s largest visa and immigration company,, is fundamentally challenging Gordon Brown’s anti-terrorist strategy, branding it as 'inconvenient, highly questionable and not thought through in the slightest'". - Use of Biometrics to Deter Terrorism Slammed by UK's Largest Visa

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