Bush Extends Libya Sanctions For Further Year
President George W Bush notified Congress on 2 January that the US would extend economic sanctions on Libya for a year to January 2004, continuing the annual renewal of the executive order first initiated by President Ronald Reagan in 1986. The crisis between the US and Libyahas not been resolved, the letter to Congress said. Despite the UN Security Council's suspension of UN sanctions against Libya upon the Libyan...
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