The Libyan Football Federation (LFF) has permitted the Contests Commission to allow "certain number" of fans to attend the second-leg matches of the Libyan Soccer League.
The decision came in a letter sent by the LFF Chairman Jamal Al-Jafari to the Head of the Contests Commission on Tuesday asking him to coordinate with security apparatuses and branch commissions of the LFF in order to allow certain numbers of fans to attend the second-leg matches of the Libyan Soccer League.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Tuesday that armed groups loyal to the self-styled Libyan National Army forces (LNA) led by Khalifa Haftar appear to have summarily executed dozens of men in the town of Al-Abyar which is under their control.
The spokesman of Khalifa Haftar’s forces Ahmed Al-Mismari has threatened once again to end the Libyan crisis by military actions by the end of this year if the politicians would not reach a solution to the crisis.
Al-Mismari’s statements came hours after the statement of the UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, who said elections in Libya will be held in 2018.
The Government of Zambia has assured that Zambians living in Libya are safe, following reports of alleged slave markets in the North African country.
Zambian Foreign Affairs Minister, Harry Kalaba, said his country had not received any report of Zambians being caught up in the alleged slave trade in Libya.
Meanwhile, the Ghanaian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that no Ghanaians have been sold off as slaves in Libya.