8 children injured in blast of war remnants in southwest Libya

The Ambulance and Emergency Apparatus announced that eight children were injured in Ubari - southwestern Libya - as a result of an explosion likely to be caused by remnants of war.

The Apparatus explained, in a post on its Facebook page, that the eight children were playing football when the accident occurred, and they were transferred to Al-Ghariqa Hospital to receive initial treatment before being transferred to Sabha Medical Center.


Oil, gas, and sustainable energy experts convene in Tripoli for cooperation

The Oil and Gas Technology and Sustainable Energy Conference and Exhibition commenced at the Oil Institute in Tripoli on Monday, with the participation of local, Arab, and international entities.

In his opening speech, Farhat Bengdara, Chairman of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), emphasized the importance of scientific research and human resource development in the oil and gas sectors. 

He highlighted that restructuring the Oil Research Center to enhance its capabilities and focus on scientific research activities is a top priority for the corporation.


North Africa Classic Car Show

The first show for classic car owners in North Africa was held in Tripoli by Tripoli Classic Car Club, in the presence of the mayor of the central municipality of Tripoli, the ambassadors of Algeria and Mexico in Libya, and classic cars fans.

 More than 50 cars and motorcycles from Libya, Tunisia and Algeria participated in the show.


Gang leader sentenced to prison for fuel smuggling charges

The Criminal Court has convicted the leader of a criminal gang for deliberately trafficking illegal fuel off the coast of Zuwara city.

The court sentenced the defendant to six years and six months in prison and ordered him to repay around 113,549,821 Libyan dinars.

Additionally, he was deprived of his civil rights for the duration of the sentence and two years after its completion.

The Public Prosecutor's Office clarified Tuesday that investigations revealed the gang's deliberate smuggling of 165,669 litres of diesel fuel.


National "Reading Challenge" takes off, Souk Al-Jumaa hosts first stage

The Ministry of Education launched the first phase of the "Reading Challenge" competition on Sunday at the Abdullah bin Masoud School under the supervision of the Education Directorate in Souk Al-Jumaa.

Minister of Education Musa Al-Maqreif announced in his address at the opening ceremony that the ministry intends to roll out a national version of the initiative, distributing libraries to 900 educational institutions in the near future.


State of emergency declared in Kufra as displaced population brings disease outbreak

The Director of Kufra Teaching Hospital, Ismail Al-Ayda, has expressed concern about the spread of infectious diseases among displaced individuals arriving from Sudan to Kufra. He noted that the Ministry of Health has declared a state of emergency in response to this situation.

Al-Ayda described the health situation in the city as extremely critical, highlighting that a significant number of displaced individuals are suffering from infectious and potentially life-threatening diseases such as tuberculosis, AIDS, viral hepatitis, malaria, and various skin conditions.


Six months have passed with advent of Eid al-Fitr, yet Gaza is in distress

Six full months have passed since the aggression on Gaza, half a year of genocide, killing, continuous fear and kidnapping of lives in unbearable horror. The Zionists, have treated the people of Gaza throughout this period with unspeakable brutality, so much so that they [Zionists] said one to another: Do not consider them human beings!

They left no mortal old man, no infant, no pregnant woman, no shelter, no relief convoys, no medical teams, no hospitals, and no patients in intensive care rooms.

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