The energy committee of Libya’s eastern-based parliament on Thursday rejected a government move to sack the head of National Oil Corporation (NOC).
This part concludes Amarachukwu Nwanguma’s treacherous journey through the African slavery, sexual exploitation underworld.
Local media reported that the intense fighting involved two influential militias from western Libya.
Lebanon’s unemployment rate is expected to rise above 40 per cent in 2021 and the poverty rate is estimated at 78 per cent.
Six of the ladies are from different southern states of the country.
Diplomatic missions and foreign embassies left Tripoli in 2014, following the deterioration of security.
“The young man was burned alive, in yet again another senseless crime against migrants in the country.”