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Senussi:

see SanusiSanusi
or Senussi
, Arabic Sanusiyya, a political-religious organization in Libya and Sudan founded in Mecca in 1837 by Muhammad bin Ali al-Sanusi (1791–1859), known as the Grand Sanusi.
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The statement quoted Senussi as saying that her agency had experience in that area, having executed a similar project in Belize.
"The authorities have remained in denial, the unification of the official rate with the parallel rate in April was insufficient as the new official rate was not where the market saw it even though it was the largest official depreciation of the currency since the step devaluation in 2013," said Senussi.
The revolution against Qadhafi began in Benghazi - the main base of the Senussi order.
SUSPECT Gaddafi's relative Senussi "So this has been a long time coming.
In July, a Libyan court sentenced Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others including Senussi to death over war crimes including killings of protesters in 2011.
The Pre-Trial Chamber's analysis of the inability question centered squarely on a predictive assessment of whether Libya will be able to try Senussi consonant with due process guarantees.
It is also unclear whether the upcoming annual GCC summit will be held in Doha, as scheduled, Al Senussi and other GCC officials said.
TRIPOLI - Libya's ex-intelligence chief Abdullah Senussi appeared in a Tripoli court with his lawyers for the first time Sunday, accused of abuses during the 2011 uprising that toppled dictator Muammar Gaddafi.It was the first hearing he has attended with the four lawyers picked by his family, just one of whom is Libyan.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The head of intelligence in Eastern region of Libya, Colonel Ibrahim Senussi, was reportedly killed in a terrorist attack.
Prosecutors said Senussi had been allowed to see relatives, but denied lawyers had been prevented from visiting their clients at the prison.
Among the top aides who will face trial there are two premiers and former spy chief Abdullah Senussi as well as other military officers and politicians.