Alrassed Alliby Editor
In Turnabout, Syria Rebels Get Libyan WeaponsDuring his more than four decades in power, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya was North Africa’s outrageously self-styled arms benefactor, a donor of weapons to guerrillas and terrorists around the world fighting governments he did not like.
Libyian Mufti calls Libyan to use Al- Shara arbitration in disputesThe Grand Mufti, Sheikh Sadiq Al-Ghariani has called all Libyan cities and regions not to be dragged behind the discord between cities, regions and tribes and to depend on Shara and arbitration in disputes including debt.
Children of the revolutionTHE Arab spring has been famously youthful. In much of the Middle East and north Africa up to 70% of the population is under 30 years old; that fact has been discussed at length. But what of the children of those revolutions? How has the recent political upheaval in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia affected the very young? A fragmented mosaic of figures and anecdotes is beginning to build a picture
Bargathi reveals ill-treatment of prisoners: the spread of epidemics , diseases and lack of food and drinkThe security director of the Department of Preventive Security Prison Abdel Salam Bargathi said on Sunday that he will hand over the prisoners who have diseases and epidemics to the local council of Benghazi because of his inability to keep them in prison without food and drink.
Growing forms of violence against women in a seminarA seminar held at the House of Culture in Benghazi Confirmed the growing forms of violence against women in homes and institutions and the street.
Judicial Police suspend its work until providing requirements and increase the salary of its membersMembers of judicial police protest for a sixth day in a rowto demand work requirements and increase their salaries.
Libya 'ready to help Malta' with fuel importationOn energy collaboration with Libya, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says 'common sense should prevail'.
members of National Congress and Intelligence met with the leaders of Ansar al-ShariaA member of the National Congress Faraj Sassi said that some members of the General National Congress for the city of Benghazi and military intelligence battalion met with the leaders of Ansar al-Sharia.
Tunisian judiciary refuses delivery of Wedad Alhamani to Libyan authoritiesLibyan Al-Watan newspaper reported that the Indictment Chamber of tunis Appeal Court released the Libyan lawyer Wedad Alhamani which was suspended a month ago. The judiciary rejected the demand of Libyan authorities to the Tunisian authorities to delivere Wedad.
Thousands of people still missing in LibyaAs the Libyan authorities try to secure the extradition of Abdullah al-Senussi - the head of intelligence in Col Gaddafi's government - from neighbouring Mauritania, details have emerged about the number of people that may have been killed and abducted during the uprising.
Mousa Taher MayoufThe family of Mr Musa Tahir Mayouf announced last night of Friday, 14/6/2013 the disappearance of head of the family (Musa Tahir Mayouf) as he did not return home or contact one of the relatives or close friends of the family, and this happened after he came out of old folk housing on Thursday.
55,000 people killed during anti-Gaddafi revolution in LibyaThe number of “martyrs’’ killed during the anti-Gadhafi revolution in Libya, which began on Feb. 17, 2011, is estimated at 55,017.