Libyan Economy Minister urges China to organize joint economic forum

The Minister of Economy and Trade of the Government of National Unity, Mohammed Al-Huweij, called on China to hold an economic forum that would include business owners and companies from the two countries, in addition to an exhibition of Chinese industries and products in Libya.

This came during a meeting between Al-Huweij and the Chargé d'Affaires of the Chinese embassy in Libya, in the presence of a number of ministry officials.


Libya draws with Cameroon in World Cup qualifiers

The Libyan national football team drew 1-1 with its Cameroonian counterpart at Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi, in the second round of the group D of qualifiers for the upcoming 2026 World Cup, which includes: Libya, Cameroon, Angola, Cape Verde, Eswatini, and Mauritius.

The Cameroonian national team's first goal came from penalty in the 33rd minute of the first half, and before the end of the first half, in the 43rd minute, the Libyan national team equalized the score through Abdel Moneim Akasha.


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.


Al-Qaib, Bosnian ambassador discuss cooperation in higher education

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Imran Al-Qaib met on Sunday with the Bosnian Ambassador to Liya, Nermin Misnovic, to discuss cooperation in the field of higher education between the two countries.

Al-Qaib presented during the meeting a draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation to be studied by the Bosnian side.

The proposal includes dispatching campus assistants, faculty members, outstanding students, and rare medical specialities students to universities of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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.


Gaza reshapes the globe

Certainty and inevitability of the victory of the Palestinian resistance over the occupier is not a guesswork, a bet that has a share of chances of victory, or out of desire or wishes. Rather, it is a fact recorded by the experiences of the struggling peoples, who made sacrifices and presented their children on the altar of freedom, and history recorded this in the clearest way, on its pages and its most beautiful lines, its bravery, and heroism until it achieved glory and snatched its freedom and independence from the fangs and claws of the colonialists.

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