The mother of child Walid Fathi, recognized the body of her husband, Fathi Saeed Abdel Qader, by recognizing the distinctive features of his body, personal belongings and clothes after showing them in the exhibition held by the Forensic Medicine Department at the Judicial Expertise Center in Alfornaj area in Tripoli. …Read More »
Al-Kisher: There are 18 cemeteries that have not yet been uncovered, and the “Romani” family has identified 3 bodies of their relatives.
The head of the management Council, Tarhuna Mohamed Al-Kisher, said, on Saturday, in a statement to Arraed, that there are reports of 19 mass graves in the city of Tarhuna, indicating that the search teams are still working in the first cemetery only, and it is expected that this cemetery …Read More »
Tarhuna: Organizing an open display of the belongings of the victims of the mass graves, after the recent identification of 12 bodies.
The committee in charge of opening mass graves in the city of Tarhuna announced the organization of an open exhibition for the people, starting from Saturday, of the victims’ belongings that were found buried with them. The possessions and personal belongings buried with the victims, such as clothes, shoes or …Read More »
The head of the American-Libyan Alliance, Essam Ameish, announced, on Saturday, that the coalition team and the lawyer for Libyan families affected by Haftar’s crimes have received a notification from Haftar’s lawyer that they intend to abandon the mission of his defense For not communicating with them and losing contact …Read More »
Al-Mishri denies holding or coordinating meetings with the support forces outside the country and calls for the integration of these forces into official institutions.
On Friday, the head of the Supreme Council of State, Khaled Al-Mishri, denied the news that he had traveled with some leaders of the support forces, to Turkey, to arrange some meetings, regarding dialogue, considering the news to be unfounded. Al-Mishri refused, on his Facebook page, holding such meetings outside …Read More »
Human Rights Watch: Senior Haftar militia leaders are criminally implicated in mass graves in Tarhuna, not just the Al Kani militia.
Hanan Saleh, a researcher on Libya at Human Rights Watch, said Thursday that the criminal responsibility for the violations and mass graves that occurred in the city of Tarhuna falls not only on the leaders of the Al Kani militia, but also on the senior leaders of Haftar’s militias. Hanan …Read More »
The Ministry of Interior signs a memorandum of understanding with “Al-Madar” and “Lamma” companies to develop information systems.
The Ministry of Interior signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the two companies, “Al-Madar” for Communications and “Lamma”, which are specialized in information systems and development. To implement the Ministry’s programs and plans for the current year. The ministry stated, on its official page, on Wednesday, that this cooperation comes …Read More »
Turkey announced, on Wednesday, the launch of the new Turkish satellite, “Turksat A5,” at dawn next Friday . According to the Turkish “Anatolia” news agency, Turkey will organize, on Friday, for the first time, the “Satellite Technology Week” from the 7th to the 9th of January, during which the new …Read More »
The leaders and heads of the Gulf countries’ delegations, in the presence of the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad, in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia, signed a statement of solidarity and stability, as part of their participation in the 41st session of the Gulf Cooperation Council summit. The Gulf summit began …Read More »
After a dispute three years ago, relations between Qatar and Saudi Arabia are returning again, after the two parties signed in the Saudi city of Al-Ula a reconciliation called “Gulf reconciliation” during the meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council, and it was agreed to open the closed borders and open …Read More »