News

General amnesty in Libya releases 1.345 prisoners

The Attorney General's Office announced the release of 1,345 prisoners in implementation of the decision of the Supreme Judicial Council to exempt them from serving the remainder of their sentences, explaining that the release came after studying the documents for the implementation of criminal sentences against convicts who are inmates of correctional and rehabilitation institutions.

Economy

Central Bank of Libya announces spending, revenues of sovereign institutions in first quarter of 2024

The total expenditures of legislative and executive authorities amounted to about 565.88 million dinars during the first quarter of the year 2024, excluding salaries for last March, compared to 898 million dinars during the same period last year, including March salaries.

This revelation came in a statement issued by the Central Bank of Libya on Monday regarding public revenues and spending from January to March 31, 2024.

Sports

Libya climbs 6 places in the FIFA football classification

The Libyan national football team has climbed 6 places in the latest classification issued by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA).

This progress came after a series of positive results recently under the leadership of Serbian coach “Micho”, as the Libyan team ranked No. 114 in the world with 1166.72 points in the FIFA classification for April this year.

Variety

Ethiopian migrant tortured in Libya, mother's fundraising plea for $15,000 ransom

The "Refugees in Libya" Facebook page, dedicated to monitoring violations against migrants and refugees, has shared disturbing footage of torture and beating inflicted upon a migrant in the city of Bani Walid in order to force his family into paying a ransom for his release.

The promoters of the video clarified that the young man, named "Samuel Harrison," aged 29, hails from Ethiopia. His mother received a call in February from his captors informing her that he was being held in Bani Walid for a ransom of $15,000.

Education

42 new schools to be available across Libya in April May

The Head of the Administrative Centers Development Authority, Ibrahim Takita, announced the delivery of 207 schools as part of the project to complete the suspended projects, pointing out that 42 new schools will be delivered during the months of April and May: 18 schools in April, and 24 in May.

This came during a meeting held by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah at the office of the Center for Educational Curricula and Educational Research with the Minister of Education, Musa Al-Magaryef, in the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry and the directors of the departments and centers affiliated with the Ministry.

Health

Tripoli to organize International Conference on ophthalmology next May

Tripoli Eye Hospital will organize a scientific conference next May with the participation of a number of specialists and doctors from Libya and a number of Arab and foreign countries.

The Director of the Eye Hospital in Tripoli, Rania Al-Khoja, said in a statement to the Libyan News Agency, that the scientific conference will be held on May 9-10, with the participation of a number of specialists and doctors from India, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Algeria, and an elite group of Libyan ophthalmologists.

Opinions

Revolution’s Intruders (parasites)

“The outset is for all; resilience is for the truthful.”
                       Dostoevsky  

Not everyone who joined the revolution against the oppressive authority, supported it, and did what he could to end this tyranny, is truly rebelling against injustice, oppression, and the absence of justice, based on a firm belief and firm faith in the necessity of change, after despair of the feasibility of any reforms in power, and that all paths have become blocked. Hence, the revolution becomes inevitable.

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