Against all expectations, Al-Tahadi from Benghazi has not only topped its group to play at the final of Libyan League's quadruple round but has also secured a ticket to the CAF Champions League after beating Al-Ittihad on Saturday 2-1.
The final match took place in Emssaed city in eastern Libya, where Al-Tahadi stunned Al-Ittihad and made it through to the biggest African sports event.
Violent clashes broke out in Al-Khums city - 120 km to east of Tripoli - between a security force tasked by the Attorney General to arrest a fugitive and an armed group in support of the criminal.
At least 6 people were killed including 4 from the joint security room of Misrata, which was tasked to arrest the fugitive Nour Al-Deen Baba, who is accused of killing 7 people in a brawl related to a dispute over a piece of land in Al-Khums days ago.
The Libyan Association for Canary and Songbirds organized on Wednesday the second annual exhibition of ornamental birds.
The two-day exhibition was held at the Ministry of Agriculture in Sidi El-Masri in Tripoli with the participation of the National Center for Animal Health.
The event featured an impressive display of a wide variety of coloured birds which garnered the attention of bird lovers and others alike.
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