Libya's Al-Ittihad football club won 3-0 against Somalia's Horseed FC Sunday at Al-Salam Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, in the second-leg of Caf Confederation Cup.
This win comes after the first-leg win of 4-1 for Al-Ittihad a week ago, thus putting the Libyan team through to the CAF Confederation Cup's round of 32 where it will play Egypt's Pyramids FC, which won the silver of last year's CAF Confederation Cup.
Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar supported by Sudanese mercenaries and an air cover have violated the Libyan ceasefire agreement signed in Geneva over two months ago by attacking Tindi Camp, which is the headquarters of Sabha military zone of the Government of National Accord - the second party of the ceasefire agreement, a source from Ubari said.
Doctor Al-Siddiq bin Dalla, who was kidnapped in Tripoli a few days ago, had been freed from the criminal group that abducted him by the Deterrence Apparatus for Fighting Crime of the Interior Ministry, which said Sunday the doctor was returned to his home in a good health condition.
The Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation, Al-Mahdi Al-Amin, has called on the ministries, and all government institutions, to work to integrate persons with disabilities in the labour force, in accordance with the rights guaranteed to them by law.
The minister's remarks came during his statement on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which falls on the 3rd of December of each year.
The Presidential Council has approved a proposal submitted by the Foreign Ministry to downsize the Libyan mission to the UN in New York and minimize its expenses by 30 percent, Spokesman of the Foreign Ministry, Muhammad Al-Qiblawi, has confirmed.
Al-Qiblawi explained that this measure comes within the framework of the ministry's policy to re-evaluate the work of Libyan embassies and missions and its efforts to rationalize expenditures by reducing the number of diplomatic employees abroad.