Libyan national football team retreated nine positions on the monthly FIFA rankings that was issued last Friday, thus becoming 111 on world football teams' rankings for November 2020 after being 102 in October.
Libya came 26 in the African rankings and 16 in the Arab ones as it had obtained 1178 points in its November assessment of FIFA.
The spokesman of the Libyan Army under the Government of National Accord (GNA) Mohammed Gununu said he was surprised by the silence of the UNSMIL toward the violations of Khalifa Haftar's forces of the ceasefire.
Gununu said if the UNSMIL is interested in monitoring the implementation of the ceasefire, it should register the "crime and those who ordered it and committed it," saying the people of Ubari deserve justice.
The Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) has called on the 5+5 joint military commission to pick a Libyan city for holding a meeting for the members after they have ended their consultative session in Tangier, Morocco.
The HoR urged the 5+5 commission to select the city and take the needed security measures for the safety of the members of the HoR, saying the call for the meeting comes in response to the recommendations of the session in Tangier.
Fuel truck drivers continue their sit-in, for the second day in a row, in protest of the difficulties and danger they face on the roads, the Brega Oil Marketing Company has said.
In a statement on its official Facebook page, on Saturday, the company appealed to the security and all relevant authorities in the state to intervene and look into the drivers' demands.
Al-Ahly Benghazi has officially qualified for the 32 round of the African Champions League competition, after their opponents; the Ethiopian team Mekelle Kenema did not turn out in the match which was scheduled to take place on Saturday.
Al-Ahly, the referees, and all officials concerned attended the stadium ready for the match, but the rival team did not turn out.