LIBYA managed to hold on to their 81st placing in the FIFA/Coca Cola World Ranking list for November, a position they managed to occupy after jumping 26 places in the October edition of the Ranking. Libya also places in 20th position among the CAF member nations.
Ittihad failed to break down Algerian champions Mouloudia Club in the return tie of the UNAF Cup of Champions semi-final as the home side progressed through with a 1-0 aggregate scoreline, having never really been threatened in the second leg.
Hashem ben Dallah’s goal ten minutes from time gave Ahli Benghazi a vital 2-1 away win over Swaihili in their title challenge, as they battled to grab three points at the July 9 Stadium that helped them to stay unbeaten at the top, three points ahead of Tersanah who were 2-0 losers, but who have a game in hand.
Nigeria's military freed the 19 hostages in an operation on Wednesday night in the Niger Delta region, the heart of one of the world's largest oil industries. The victims included American, Canadian, French, Indonesian and Nigerian nationals.
As in previous years, on Remebrance Day, the British Embassy in Tripoli organised the Memorial Service in the cemeteries of Tripoli, Benghazi and Tobrouk in remembrance of the soldiers who were killed on Libyan Arab soil during World War II.
The stimulating "Design" phase of "Stars of Science", the Pan-Arab TV innovation contest initiated by Qatar Foundation for Education Science and Community Development, concluded during the sixth prime-time episode of the program, broadcast on Sunday, November 14.
Scientists claimed a breakthrough Thursday toward solving one of the biggest riddles of physics, trapping an "anti-atom" for the first time in a quest to understand what happened to all the antimatter that has vanished since the Big Bang.
Singapore's biggest provider of water-treatment services, Hyflux, said on Monday, it has won a US$100 million contract to carry out engineering, procurement and construction works for a seawater desalination plant in Libya.
Oxford Business Group, the word's largest business analytic, research and consultancy firm, recently launched this year's second edition of their critically acclaimed economic and financial commentary of Libyan developments.
European aircraft maker Airbus said Thursday it would seek compensation from Rolls Royce after one of the British manufacturer's engines failed on an Airbus A380 superjumbo operated by Qantas of Australia.
Libya to Host OPEC Summit in 2012 Libya is to host the OPEC summit for the year 2012 as a result of a decision adopted by the summit on Sunday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.OPEC members will also discuss the dollar issue at the Dec. 5 meeting in Abu Dhabi.
ADCB Awarded “The Bank of the Year” in the Middle East The award received by Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) for its achievements set a clear example to other institutions in the Arab world to do the same with regard to ambitious plans for re-invention, expansion and growth.