Libya vs Tunisia Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, lineup news, Odds, Stats, Betting Tips Trends, Where To Watch Live Score Africa Cup of Nations qualifying 2023 Telecast Today Match Details – March 29In the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, Libya faces Tunisia on Tuesday at the Martyrs of February Stadium in Benghazi in an effort to avenge their previous defeat. Youssef Msakni, Ali Maaloul, and Haythem Jouini scored in Tunis on Friday to help the Eagles of Carthage defeat the Mediterranean Knights 3-0. Even though he has options to change his team, Tunisia’s head coach Jalel Kadri may continue with the same lineup after such a convincing victory. Prediction: Tunisia 1-2 LibyaHead-To-HeadTunisia has won 19 of the 32 matches it has played against Libya, while Libya has lost six of those matches. Team newsHaythem Jouini scored on his debut for Tunisia, and the 29-year-old will go into Tuesday’s match with confidence.
March 29, 2023 04:37 UTC
More than 24,680 people were intercepted by the Libyan coastguard as they tried to leave, and brought back. And our objective, our joint objective, is to help to improve the situation of the people stranded in Libya,” commission spokesman Peter Stano said. We try to address them with the partners in Libya, with the international partners,” Stano told reporters in Brussels. But Stano denied suggestions that the EU might be paying to keep migrants in Libya. Italy, where most people leaving Libya arrive, has received at least 15 million euros ($16.3 million) in EU money to fund migration and border control work there.
March 29, 2023 03:20 UTC
CAIRO – 28 March 2023: Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi met on Tuesday with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, as he was briefed on latest with regard to the development of the Salloum land port, which acts as a ‘lifeline in western Egypt’ according to presidency spokesman Ahmed Fahmy. The port facilitates travel and transportation to and from Libya, also it contributes to enhancing the flow of goods and increasing the rates of trade exchange. This is in addition to benefiting from the logistics zone that is being implemented within the development of the port to serve exportersMinister of Finance Mohamed Maait, Minister of Transport Kamel El Wazir, Minister of Trade and Industry Engineer Ahmed Samir and Head of the Armed Forces Engineering Authority Major General Ahmed Al-Azazy, attended the meeting. The meeting also tackled the development of projects of the grand Port of Alexandria, especially the multi-purpose “Long Live Egypt ” terminal, which includes trading yards with an area of 500,000 square meters and is capable of handling 12-15 million tons of goods annually as well as receiving 6 to 7 ships with large cargo at the same time, which represents a valuable addition to the capabilities of the Egyptian state in this field.
March 29, 2023 03:04 UTC
The report said there were reasonable grounds to believe that sexual slavery, a crime against humanity, was committed against migrants. “We call on Libyan authorities to develop a human rights plan of action and a comprehensive, victim-centred roadmap on transitional justice without delay, and hold all those responsible for human rights violations accountable.”Libya’s Government is obligated to investigate allegations of human rights violations and crimes in areas under its control in accordance with international standards. The UN Human Rights Council established the FFM in June 2020 to investigate violations and abuses of human rights by all parties since the beginning of 2016, with a view to preventing further deterioration of the human rights situation, and to ensuring accountability. The report also said women are systematically discriminated against in Libya and concluded that their situation has markedly deteriorated over the last three years. Background: The UN Human Rights Council established the Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya (FFM) on 22 June 2020 to investigate violations and abuses of human rights throughout Libya by all parties since the beginning of 2016, with a view to preventing further deterioration of the human rights situation, and to ensuring accountability.
March 29, 2023 00:21 UTC
The Libyan coast guard were meanwhile found to be working "in close coordination" with trafficking networks in Libya with the exploitation of vulnerable migrants generating "significant revenue". “The support given by the EU to the Libyan coast guard in terms of pull-backs, pushbacks, (and) interceptions led to violations of certain human rights," investigator Chaloka Beyani told reporters. This includes training for the coast guard as well as boats. "What we are doing is allocating a lot of money, which is then usually used by our international partners. We try to address them with the partners in Libya, with the international partners."
March 28, 2023 23:45 UTC
GENEVA: EU funding is facilitating the commission of abuses against migrants Libya, who are being systematically tortured and forced into sexual slavery, a United Nations investigation has found. The group’s report said there were reasonable grounds to believe that sexual slavery, a crime against humanity, was being committed against migrants. Mission member Tracy Robinson said they also uncovered slavery in general. “We have found instances of enslavement of persons who have been traded to outside entities to perform various services, but also sexual slavery of women in and around detention centres,” she said. The investigators voiced concern about the deprivation of liberty of Libyans and migrants throughout the country, in what they said could also amount to crimes against humanity.
March 28, 2023 23:18 UTC
Although this output level was well below the peak levels of more than 3 million bpd achieved in the late 1960s, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) had plans in place before 2011 to roll out enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques to increase crude oil production at maturing oil fields. Key to this plan succeeding will be the investment of international oil companies (IOCs), but there is a foundation of IOC interest to build upon. Prior to the removal of Gaddafi in 2011, numerous high-profile IOCs were either operating in Libya or had plans to. Eni currently produces gas in Libya from its Wafa and Bahr Essalam fields operated by Mellitah Oil & Gas, a joint venture between the Italian company and the NOC. It also agreed to make the development of the Waha-concession North Gialo and NC-98 oil fields a priority, according to the NOC.
March 28, 2023 23:07 UTC
At least 529 migrants were reported dead and 848 others missing off Libya last year, according to the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM). And our objective, our joint objective, is to help to improve the situation of the people stranded in Libya,” commission spokesman Peter Stano said. He said the EU’s Libya mission had cooperated with the investigators. But Stano rejected suggestions that the EU would pay to keep migrants in Libya. Italy, where most people leaving Libya arrive, has received at least 15 million euros ($16.3 million) in EU money to fund migration and border control work there.
March 28, 2023 22:47 UTC
GENEVA, Switzerland (AFP)— Migrants stuck in Libya while trying to reach Europe are being systematically tortured and forced into sexual slavery -- a crime against humanity, a United Nations investigation said Monday. The probe said it was deeply concerned at the deteriorating human rights situation in the conflict-torn North African country. The report said there were reasonable grounds to believe that sexual slavery, a crime against humanity, was committed against migrants. They found numerous cases of "arbitrary detention, murder, torture, rape, enslavement, sexual slavery, extrajudicial killing and enforced disappearance, confirming their widespread practice in Libya". The UN Human Rights Council set up the fact-finding mission in 2020 to investigate violations and abuses of human rights by all parties since the start of 2016.
March 28, 2023 20:35 UTC
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March 28, 2023 20:15 UTC
A civil court has declared that the former boss of More Supermarkets, Ryan Schembri, had fraudulently bound the company with a €3.5m contract for constitution of debt, at a time when he no longer legally represented the supermarket chain. Schembri, cousin to former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri, had fled the country in 2014 with a reported €40 million in debts left behind from the More Supermarkets crash. The civil lawsuits had been filed against Edmond Mugliett, Alexander Farrugia, Adrian Agius, Cassar and Schembri (Marketing) Ltd, and Schembri and Agius, by More Supermarkets Ltd and More Holdings Ltd. The supermarket companies had argued that their former bosses, Agius, Mugliett, and Farrugia, had never loaned the monies and that the constitution of debt had been a fabrication. The judge ruled that Schembri had acted fraudulently and that he was no longer authorised to represent the supermarket chain when he signed the debt agreement.
March 28, 2023 19:55 UTC
Libyan Express Air Company, a private sector carrier, received its first Boeing 737 aircraft at Misrata airport today. The craft has a capacity of 120 passengers and will start operating its flights to and from Libyan and international airports. Libyan Express Air was previously limited to flying ambulances and private flights. It now seeks to expand in the increasingly competitive, wider Libyan market.
March 28, 2023 17:13 UTC
Sports Mole previews Tuesday's Africa Cup of Nations Qualifying clash between Libya and Tunisia, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Libya and Tunisia will go head-to-head for the second time in four days as they lock horns at the Martyrs of February Stadium on Tuesday night. Match preview© ReutersIn their first outing since the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Tunisia made light work of Libya in Friday's resounding 3-0 victory at the Stade Olympique Hammadi Agrebi. Libya Africa Cup of Nations Qualifying form:Libya form (all competitions):Tunisia Africa Cup of Nations Qualifying form:Tunisia form (all competitions):Team NewsHaythem Jouini opened his account for Tunisia on his debut, and the 29-year-old will head into Tuesday's affair with the wind in his sails. Nonetheless, we are tipping the visitors to come away with the victory at the sound of the final whistle.
March 28, 2023 17:08 UTC
APGeneva: UN-backed human rights experts said on Monday there is evidence that crimes against humanity have been committed against Libyans and migrants in chaos-stricken Libya, including women being forced into sexual slavery. The investigators found "reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity were committed against Libyans and migrants throughout Libya,” said Mohamed Auajjar, the head of the fact-finding mission. The "wide-scale exploitation of vulnerable, irregular migrants” churned up "significant revenue” that spurred continued rights violations, it said. The investigators said the situation of human rights has been getting worse. In November, ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan said his office had joined a coalition of nations investigating human trafficking in the country.
March 28, 2023 04:38 UTC
GENEVA — U.N.-backed human rights experts said Monday there is evidence that crimes against humanity have been committed against Libyans and migrants in chaos-stricken Libya, including women being forced into sexual slavery. Oil-rich but largely lawless Libya has in recent years emerged as the dominant transit point for migrants seeking a better quality of life in Europe. The investigators found "reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity were committed against Libyans and migrants throughout Libya," said Mohamed Auajjar, the head of the fact-finding mission. The Libyan coast guard, which has received training and equipment from the EU, has worked "in close coordination" with trafficking networks in Libya, the report said. The investigators said the situation of human rights has been getting worse.
March 28, 2023 02:50 UTC