A Libyan government delegation arrived in Brazil on Sunday to recover an ancient smuggled statue, according to a statement by…
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The Libyan Football Federation (LFF) will not renew the contract of Spanish coach Javier Clemente, which ends next May, and the search for his replacement has already begun among neighboring countries, according to press reports.
Libya’s National Center of Meteorology anticipates cold wave to continue on most areas of the north, with rainy weather and snow all expected in the east, specially in the Green Mountain.
American prosecutors and law enforcement officers have announced they are to return an ancient antiquity to Libya after investigators concluded that smugglers had stolen the marble artefact from its country of origin.
Libya’s Al-Shaafin Reserve, located in northwestern town of Msallata, was recently included by UNESCO in its World Network of Biosphere Reserves, marking the first time that Libya enters the U.N. list.
Around 8,000 Libyan artefacts were stolen and smuggled out of the country since 2011, according to a recent report by Art Critique, which also accused foreign fighters backed by Turkey of looting Libya’s antiques.
Members of Tobruk Association for Heritage and Historical Studies discovered a military site east of Tobruk city dating back to 1936, which is considered a landmark and symbol of the Second World War period, part of it took place in Tobruk area.