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December 04, 2021 04:02 UTC
U.S. Guidry Group signs long-term strategic agreement with Greek Archirodon for the design and construction of US$ 1.5 Billion Libya Susah Port ProjectBy Sami Zaptia. It said the Susah Secure Port project is critical to the rebuilding of Libya and was recently endorsed by the Libyan Government of National Unity. The Guidry Group says that the Susah Secure Port is critical to enable the Libyan economy to restart. Commenting on the signing of the Archirodon agreement, Michael Guidry, CEO and President of The Guidry Group, said “We are delighted to enter into a design and construction Master Agreement with Archirodon. The Susah Secure Port project will provide a focus for economic development in the country, and we are proud to be playing our part, along with the Guidry Group.
December 04, 2021 01:25 UTC
A simple review: The Beatles: Get Back is worth the eight hours of your time (not in a row! The Peter Jackson-directed documentary takes the hours and hours of footage from what would ultimately turn into Let It Be and focuses day by day on the band coming up with songs to perform at a concert and, eventually, record on an album. It leads up to — SPOILER ALERT, I guess? — the now-famous concert of the roof of Apple Corps’ office building in the middle of London. That said, let’s run through some of the most notable moments, some jokes and tweets about it:
December 04, 2021 00:42 UTC
The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, in his official capacity as Minister of Defense, has appointed Major General Osama Juwaili as Director of the Military Intelligence Agency. In addition to the new position, Juwaili will also continue as the commander of the Western Military Region. Juwaili also led the joint operations room during Haftar’s aggression against Tripoli, and also served as Minister of Defense in the transitional government, led by the late Abdel Rahim Al-Kib.
December 03, 2021 22:47 UTC
About 150 delegates to attend Djerba’s Tunisian-Libyan Investment Forum from 4-5 DecemberBy Sami Zaptia. Tripoli, 3 December 2021:About 150 delegates representing mainly Tunisian, Libyan and Algerian companies will be gathering in the southern Tunisian town of Djerba from 4 to 5 December to attend the Tunisian-Libyan Investment Forum, under the supervision of the Djerba office of the Supreme Council of Tunisian-Libyan Businessmen (SCTLB). The SCTLB says the aim of the forum is that it will represent a new outlet for Tunisia and Tunisian businessmen to boost investment in Tunisia and a platform that opens horizons for Tunisian businessmen in Libya to boost the Tunisian economy. Zarzis to Tripoli freight and passenger shipping line discussed | (libyaherald.com)Libyan-Tunisian cross land border trade back to its peak | (libyaherald.com)Tunisian ambassador visits Misrata Chamber to strengthen economic cooperation | (libyaherald.com)Tunisian ambassador affirms desire to operate lines to Misrata Maritime Terminal | (libyaherald.com)Misrata Maritime Terminal preparing to launch cruise trips to Istanbul after Eid | (libyaherald.com)Passenger and goods shipping line between Tunisian ports and Misrata are being considered | (libyaherald.com)The Libyan Tunisian Exhibition 23-25 May | (libyaherald.com)Libya and Tunisia reactivate Ras Ajdir unified customs window agreement to strengthen bilateral trade and flow of travellers | (libyaherald.com)Libyan-Tunisia fund for Libyan reconstruction being considered: Libyan-Tunisian Businessmen Council | (libyaherald.com)Tunisian President Kais Saied makes historic official visit to Libya | (libyaherald.com)Investment, fishing, agriculture and construction identified as areas of increased Libyan-Tunisian cooperation at Sfax conference | (libyaherald.com)Libya and Tunisia discuss cross border municipality bloc for better economic cooperation | (libyaherald.com)Libya seeks Tunisian help in vocational training and workers in fishing, agriculture and health sectors | (libyaherald.com)Passenger and vehicle traffic running smoothly at Libyan-Tunisian Ras Jedir land border | (libyaherald.com)Libya-Tunisia border will not be closed under any circumstances: Tunisian PM Mechichi | (libyaherald.com)Tunisia approves reopening of Libya land border to passengers | (libyaherald.com)Libya-Tunisia agreement on unified health protocol to pave way for opening borders | (libyaherald.com)Tunisia’s new ambassador to Libya hands in credentials | (libyaherald.com)
December 03, 2021 22:23 UTC
For all the heady talk of newfound momentum amid great expectations for the December elections, the International Conference on Libya held in Paris on Nov. 12 was a major disappointment. For all the heady talk of newfound momentum amid great expectations for the December elections, the International Conference on Libya held in Paris on Nov. 12 was a major disappointment. This law neither enjoys the approval of the parliament, nor that of the High Council of State, thus contravening the provisions of the 2015 Libyan Political Agreement. The U.N.’s rush to reach a feel-good political win is pushing Libya toward another period of armed conflict and division. Russia has ultimately succeeded in ensuring loyalists’ participation in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.
December 03, 2021 21:44 UTC
64 of Traverse City, died Nov. 30, 2021. She was born May 23, 1957 in Sault Saint Marie, the daughter of James L. and Virginia J. She is survived by husband, Rodney Challender and son, Jim Belonga. A celebration of life will be held in the spring 2022. Please visit www.lif…
December 03, 2021 21:25 UTC
The Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC) said on Thursday that four of its election centers have been attacked by a group of gunmen. Said Al-Qasabi, head of the main operations chamber of the HNEC, said in a statement that gunmen in civilian clothes launched the attacks on Wednesday, taking away 2,312 voter cards and damaging 69 others. Interior Minister Khaled Mazen on Tuesday warned that obstructing the security plan of the elections could threaten the whole electoral process. The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) on Monday condemned acts that aim to jeopardize the integrity of the elections in Libya. Libya is scheduled to hold presidential elections on December 24 and the parliamentary elections in January next year, with an aim to bring stability to the war-torn country.
December 03, 2021 21:12 UTC
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi doesn’t trust the USA anymore. Both parties should realize that in case the negotiations fail in Vienna, all have to pay a heavy price for it. On November 1, the Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett termed the ongoing negotiations ‘blackmail’ and urged the world ‘not to give in to the Iranian blackmail”. Israel has killed as many as the top four Iranian nuclear scientists while wounding a couple of them since 2010. Both parties should realize that in case the negotiations fail in Vienna, all have to pay a heavy price for it.
December 03, 2021 20:42 UTC
Where population shifts have led to proposed boundary changes, incumbents may be forced to stand in new districts. That’s the challenge facing Illinois representative Marie Newman, who won election in 2020 in the 3rd Congressional District, which has the largest concentration of Palestinian American voters. In addition to Newman and Garcia, seven other members of Congress who voted against the Iron Dome money could be affected by district changes. Tlaib, Pressley and Omar are members of the “Squad,” a group of progressive Democrats that includes New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. That could be important even though Tlaib defeated several African American candidates when she first ran and won office in the predominantly African American district in 2018.
December 03, 2021 19:43 UTC
Follow us on Image Source : AP (FILE) Seif al-Islam, center, the son and one-time heir apparent of late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi registers his candidacy on November 14 for the presidential elections. A Libyan court has ruled that a son of the late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi can compete in upcoming presidential elections, overturning a decision by the country's top electoral body to disqualify him. A court in the southern province of Sabha on Thursday ruled in favour of Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, Libyan media outlets reported. Libya has been wracked by chaos since a NATO-backed uprising toppled Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. He is also wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of crimes against humanity related to the uprising.
December 03, 2021 19:30 UTC
CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s foreign minister on Friday criticized a system of deterring migrants from reaching European shores that she argued fails to address the root of the problem and has so far only served the interest of EU states. Her comments are the latest stab at EU policies that fund forces such as the Libyan coast guard, which intercepts migrant boats and brings them back onshore and detains them. Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush spoke via video call at the Mediterranean dialogues, a conference hosted by the Italian government, in a session titled “Dealing with Migration." The EU has sent 455 million euros to Libya since 2015, largely channeled through U.N. agencies and aimed at beefing up Libya’s coast guard, reinforcing its southern border and improving conditions for migrants. Libya has been at war and split for years between rival administrations in the east and west, each backed by armed groups and foreign governments.
December 03, 2021 19:28 UTC
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A federal judge in Virginia on Friday ruled that war-crimes lawsuits against a Libyan military commander who used to live in the U.S. must stay on hold for now to avoid interfering with upcoming presidential elections there. At a hearing in Alexandria, U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema rejected a request to revive the lawsuits against Khalifa Hifter, who has controlled large swaths of the nation during a yearslong civil war. Brinkema last month paused a trio of civil lawsuits against Hifter, just as he was scheduled to be deposed in them. Hifter has declared himself a candidate for president in elections later this month, and Brinkema said she was concerned that the lawsuits were being used to further political agendas rather than protect victims of torture. The lawsuits allege that Hifter is responsible for killings and torture of political opponents.
December 03, 2021 17:08 UTC
A LIBYAN COURT has overturned a decision by the country’s top electoral body that disqualified the son of the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi from running in upcoming presidential elections. A court in the southern province of Sabha ruled in Seif al-Islam Gaddafi’s favour, Libyan media outlets reported. He is also wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of crimes against humanity related to the uprising. Several other high-profile presidential hopefuls have filed their candidacy documents, including Hifter and the country’s interim prime minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah. The commission said they stole or destroyed over 2,000 voting cards, that eligible voters are expected to carry on the election day.
December 03, 2021 12:37 UTC
The UAE contracts were signed as French President Emmanuel Macron visited the country on the first stop of a two-day visit to the Persian Gulf. France and Gulf countries have long been concerned by Iran’s nuclear ambitions and influence across the region, particularly in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. France has particularly deep ties to the UAE, a federation of seven sheikdoms on the Arabian Peninsula. French defense officials were jubilant. “But if the West walks away with nothing, the Gulf countries are beginning to understand that their security will not improve as a result.”___Surk reported from Nice, France.
December 03, 2021 10:41 UTC