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The international community is freeing up frozen cash and assets in an effort to get Libya's economy moving
The international community is freeing up frozen cash and assets in an effort to get Libya's economy moving
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • MME looks at how the international community is aiding Libya's reconstruction
  • Assets frozen abroad are being released and returned to kick start the country's economy
  • MME also looks at the humanitarian efforts of oil-rich Gulf states in East Africa

(CNN) -- In focus -- Unfreezing Libya's assets

As the hunt for Moammar Gadhafi continues, MME looks at how the international community is aiding Libya's reconstruction process by freeing up the country's frozen assets.

In focus -- Gulf aid for Africa

With more than 12 million people in East Africa still suffering the effects of the region's worst drought in 50 years, MME analyzes the increasing role played by oil-rich Gulf states in offering humanitarian support.

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