Washington, Cairo review solutions to Libyan crisis

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has reiterated Cairo's support for a “Libyan-owned” solution to the current stalemate without any external dictates, adding in a meeting with the US special envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, in Washington, that no country should overstep the role of Libyan institutions when carrying out their role based on the Libyan terms for the settlement.

Shoukry stressed the need for the settlement to be based on the Skhirat Agreement, which would lead to the simultaneous holding of presidential and parliamentary elections in Libya as soon as possible.


Libya to take legal action against Belgium over frozen assets

The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) announced that it is going to take legal measures against Brussels regarding its frozen assets.

According to the Belgian “7 Sur 7” website, arbitration procedures began this week as part of the years-long dispute against Prince Laurent and his former Fund for Sustainable Development, pointing out to the Prince brother’s demand to obtain compensation from the Libyan government after the cancellation of a contract related to afforestation of the Libyan desert.


Abu Salim secures historic win at CAF Confederation Cup

Abu Salim football team won 1-0 against the Angolan Sagrada Esperança team at 19 May 1956 Stadium in Algeria on Sunday evening in the second round of the second group of the CAF Confederation Cup.

The only goal of the match was scored by Abdelmonem Okasha. With this result, Abu Salim won its first match in the group stage, bringing the team’s tally to three points from two matches.


Response operations in flood-hit communities at risk amid lack of funding

Head of the Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons, Kamal Al-Siwi, has cautioned that their operations may be jeopardized if they do not receive adequate funding to respond in the flood-affected regions.

In a press statement, Al-Siwi noted that despite the lack of financial resources, their teams are still providing services in Derna, which was severely impacted by the floods.


Education Ministry allows monitors to decide on classes suspension over weather conditions

The Minister of Education of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Mousa Al-Magaryef, decided to grant municipal education monitors the chance to decide to halt classes next Sunday in order to preserve the safety of students, teachers, and workers in the sector due to weather fluctuations.

The National Center of Meteorology expects the northern regions to be affected by unstable weather conditions accompanied by heavy rain early next week.


Misrata reopens health complex after a decade-long wait

Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah attended a ceremony on Saturday to mark the reopening of the Misrata Golden Clinic Complex after undergoing maintenance work.

In his address, the PM deemed the development a crucial step towards

reforming the "dilapidated" health sector, noting that 27 health facilities have been developed across various cities, including new sections and intensive care rooms.

The Misrata Golden Clinic Complex had been out of operation for over a decade, but now it has been restored with all its historical significance, the Dbeibah said.


Chapters of the great epic in Gaza

The victory of the resistance in Gaza has become an unquestionable reality, except for those with little knowledge of liberation wars and their high cost, or those small groups scattered here and there, who could only see through the eyes of their rulers, and subduing religion to serve them, with no wisdom or use of reason.

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Libyan-Algerian border crossing to reopen

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Unity has announced the reopening of the Al-Debdeb-Ghadames border crossing with Algeria on December 12, aft