News

Supreme Court returns Abu Salim massacre's case to Tripoli Appeals Court

The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court annulled the decision of the Tripoli Court of Appeal of June 2022 regarding the Abu Salim prison massacre case. The decision stipulated that the court had no jurisdiction to consider the case and transferred it to the military judiciary.

The Supreme Court decided to reconsider the lawsuit filed against the defendants by the victims’ families and human rights organizations, and to refer it to the Tripoli Court of Appeal through a new judicial body.

Economy

Brega company assures fuel availability during Ramadan

The Brega Oil and Gas Company has assured consumers that there will be no fuel shortages during the holy month of Ramadan.

According to a press statement by the company's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Maslati, supply operations from the Misrata and Zawiya warehouses to the capital and its suburbs are proceeding normally.

"Any interruption in distribution was due to bad weather conditions and the difficulty of entering and connecting some oil tankers," the company's official added.

Sports

Variety

Murder of several men takes place in Abu Salim in Tripoli

Identical sources from the Abu Salim area in Tripoli said that 11 people, including brothers, were killed on Saturday night, in what appeared to be a targeted killing operation, while the victims were present in a vacation house in the Al-Hadba Project area of the Abu Salim municipality.

Some sources described what happened as a "massacre," while they did not determine the reason for committing this crime, as it was not possible to obtain official information. Libyan social media circulated conflicting information about the incident since Sunday morning.

Education

Libya launches Full-Day School Project for first time

The Ministry of Education and Technical Education announced on Tuesday the launch of the Full-Day School Project, a first for Libya. 

In its first phase, the project will target 12 model schools in different parts of the country.

Education Minister Musa Al-Maqrif said at a press conference that the initiative aims to provide 800 hours of instruction per year to 3,300 elementary school students.

The project will commence by targeting a sample of schools in Benghazi and Derna and later expand to include all schools in the country.

Health

Abu Janah discusses WB support for Libya's health sector

Minister of Health Ramadan Abu Janah met with experts from the World Bank (WB) to discuss the Bank's support for Libya's health sector.

The parties followed up on implementing the agreement signed between the Ministry and the Bank to support the health sector in human resources organizations, health economics and insurance, primary health care support, and digital health programs.

Opinions

Fragile Hopes in a Tumultuous Libya: From Abu Salim's Tragedy to a Nation on the Brink

Introduction: In the labyrinth of Libya's ongoing turmoil, the fragility of security and the volatility of political dynamics are starkly revealed. Recent events have cast a shadow over Tripoli, unveiling the depth of the nation's distress. This article delves into these critical issues, from the massacre in Abu Salim to the fluctuating regional alliances, the uncertain political horizon, and the crumbling economy, as Libya approaches the crucial juncture of Ramadan.

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