Benghazi Police Department said it had arrested a group of foreign workers who were holding false ID national numbers and other Libyan identity documents.
The security service stormed a rented house in the area of Leithi and arrested the foreign workers residing in the house, according to the Rescue Department on Facebook.
The second edition of Libya Food Expo kicked off on Monday, March 04, in Tripoli. More than 70 local companies and 9 others from Italy, Turkey, Greece, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, India, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia are taking part.
The deputy ambassador of the United Kingdom to Libya, Angus McKee, said he was optimistic Libya's crisis can be politically settled in 2019.
His remarks came in meeting on Thursday with the member of the Presidential Council Abdelsalam Kajman.
According to the media office of the Prime Ministry, the meeting discussed the developments in Libya, especially in the south.
The Libyan National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) said a four-month-old girl had come down with malaria in Abu Salim district, Tripoli.
The Director of the NCDC Badr Addeen Al-Najjar met with Abu Salim's mayor Abdelrhman Al-Hamdi on Wednesday and said the family of the girl did not go to any area where the malaria disease is outspread, saying the center will scour the district to spot the mosquitos.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said it had documented 21 civilian casualties (eight deaths and 13 injuries) during the conduct of hostilities across Libya.
"Victims included six men and two women killed, and nine men, three women, a child injured." UNSMIL explained on Wednesday.