News Roundup - Tue, Mar 14, 2017

News In Brief

News Roundup - Tue, Mar 14, 2017

March 14, 2017 - 16:19
Written by: AbdulkaderAssad

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Director of Ghat hospital, Hamza Enbi, urged the ministry of health to do an emergent interference in the deteriorated health situation in the city, saying the hospital is suffering from lack of the simplest medicaments and medicines as well as the absence of the medical staff. He added that not a single doctor has showed up in the hospital since a long time, blaming the UN-proposed government's for the calamitic health situation in Ghat. 
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The Youth and Sports Authority has started the second phase of sodding the Riyadiya Stadium in Zuwara. The stage includes sodding the pitch with third generation turf, after the infrastructure of the stadium is repaired and serviced as per the international standards. The work will last for four months. 
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Anti-smuggling department in Gharyan intercepted several history books and scientific research works laden on a truck from Al-Zawiya heading to Tripoli. Security sources said, 10 tons of history books, Italian documents, and research papers were heading to a paper recycling factory in Tripoli.

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Security patrols at Emsad border with Egypt intercepted 80 camels before they get smuggled to Egypt. The patrols also intercepted a number of smugglers with 17 cows and 70 sheep heading to Egypt as well. The smugglers were sent to investigations and the cattle were taken to the relvant authorities.

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8300 displaced families have arrived in Sirte so far as part of the plan made by the supervising committee appointed by Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos Operations Room. The committee said that the families continue to arrive in the city's different areas, except for the seaside Jiza neighborhood, 656 Buildings, and Al-Qusoor areas. It added that several volunteers are cleaning and combing through the state institutions to resume work soon this month. 
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