Denver Broncos reportedly decided who their new head coach was. Broncos will replace Big Fangio, who was dismissed at the end of the 2021 season, with Nathaniel Hackett, the attack coordinator of the Green Bay Packers, as the next head coach. Click here for more sports coverage on FOXNEWS.COMThe 41-year-old Hackett has a long history of being in the NFL ranks. In 2021, Broncos was 23rd in the score and 19th in the score. It’s unclear if the same interests exist, but Packers and Rogers need to come up with a future together this spring.
January 28, 2022 09:54 UTC
Libya is forcing people across its land borders into 'no man's land' remote stretches of deserts without water, according to a UN rights expert. "According to one Libyan official, DCIM is now and I quote, 'deporting more people faster than ever before,'" said Lewis. These are operating along Libya's land borders, particularly in the west of the country, near Algeria and Tunisia," he said. Two years ago, the commission delivered 30 off-road vehicles to Libya's ministry of interior to help with border management. Around 12,000 migrants are currently imprisoned in 27 Libyan detention centres, posing questions on the fate of the thousands of others.
January 28, 2022 06:30 UTC
Tripoli: A group of 165 illegal migrants were voluntarily deported from Libya to Niger, their home country, said a local official here. “After approval of the head of the Illegal Migration Control Department, a flight took off from Misurata City to Niger for a voluntary return of 165 illegal migrants, including women and children,” Hussain al-Turki, head of the Illegal Migrants’ Deportation Department of the Misurata International Airport, told Xinhua news agency. The deportation was carried out in coordination with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), al-Turki said. The Voluntary Humanitarian Return program, run by the IOM, arranges the return of illegal immigrants stranded in Libya to their homeland. Libya has become a preferred point of departure for illegal immigrants who attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea to reach European shores.
January 28, 2022 04:41 UTC
Ahead of the nation’s next general elections – a political analyst and public opinion commentator – Hon Austin Nnodim has called on the various political parties jostling for the polls to adopt direct primaries to select their candidates. Speaking to our reporter, Nnodim who is the MD/CEO of “Ezelukwu Ventures Nig. Ltd and Stino Environmental Technical Services” also argued that political parties warning up for the election with their variegated political ideologies should be showcased to Nigerians to make their choice. This, he said is in respect to the release of elections results emaciating from the various voting centres. “From their bloody activities, the Boko Haram sect would have made the administration of former president Goodluck Jonathan ungovernable but he (Jonathan) lost the election in 2015.
January 28, 2022 01:16 UTC
Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Libya Stephanie Williams called on parties in the country to set a clear timeline for the holding of general elections in the country. Williams made her remarks on Wednesday during a meeting with representatives of the municipal council of the southern city of Sabha. Included in the meeting were academics, dignitaries and representatives from youth and women groups, Xinhua news agency reported. However, the elections were postponed indefinitely due to technical and legal issues, according to the country’s elections commission. The elections are part of a roadmap adopted by the UN-sponsored Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, with the aim of bringing stability to Libya following years of political division and insecurity.
January 27, 2022 23:14 UTC
Today, WHO and the National Oil Corporation (NOC), together with its international partners ENI, Repsol and TotalEnergies, signed a multi-million dollar agreement to strengthen treatment services for children with cancer in Libya. Health outcomes of children with cancer in Libya have been jeopardized by acute shortages of paediatric cancer medicines, essential equipment and shortages of trained staff including specialist paediatric oncologists. The funding will ensure that 722 children enrolled for cancer treatment in the main paediatric hospitals in Tripoli and Benghazi will receive specialized care over a period of 18 months. Ms Hoff added that WHO’s goal was to give children in Libya with cancer the best possible chance of survival and enable them to live a full and abundant life. WHO will use this generous donation to procure medicines, supplies and equipment for seven hospitals that are treating child cancer patients.
January 27, 2022 20:04 UTC
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — At least six Africans trying to migrate to Europe died and an estimated 30 were missing in the Mediterranean Sea after their boat sank off the coast of Tunisia on Thursday, according to Tunisia’s Defense Ministry. Tunisian naval and coast guard forces retrieved the bodies, rescued 34 survivors and are searching for the people listed as missing, the ministry said in a statement. The survivors told rescuers that the boat had 70 people on it and they were headed for Italy, the ministry said. The survivors included people from Egypt, Sudan and Ivory Coast, according to Mongi Slim, head of the Tunisian Red Crescent. The Tunisian Defense Ministry said authorities thwarted eight boat migration trips in the last 48 hours off the coast of the city of Sfax, and 130 people from Tunisia and sub-Saharan Africa were detained.
January 27, 2022 18:54 UTC
Copenhagen Denmark’s foreign minister said Denmark would withdraw a small military force from northern Mali after saying that the interim government of West African countries was not allowed to deploy in northern Mali. Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod announced his withdrawal on Thursday following a briefing on the Foreign Policy Committee of Parliament. “The statement said it was “deeply regrettable” that Mali claimed that the Danish deployment lacked proper legal grounds and the consent of the Mali government. The Danish Foreign Ministry previously said that former President of Mali, Ibrahim Bubakar Keita, requested in 2019 that Denmark send troops to participate in Takuba’s efforts. Colonel Abdoulaye Maïga, a spokesman for the Mali government, said Wednesday that a request to deploy Danish troops was under consideration but was not approved.
January 27, 2022 18:23 UTC
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Libya passenger market is projected to expand at a volume CAGR of 6.1% over the forecast period of 2021-2031 to reach sales of more than 5.5 Mn units by 2031. New car sales are projected to increase at a value CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period of 2021-31. "Increasing urbanization, popularity of SUVs, and ban on imports of certain used cars are expected to drive the market for passenger cars in Libya" says a Persistence Market Research analyst. Persistence Market Research, a research and consulting firm, has published a market research report on the passenger car market in Libya, which has industry analysis of 2016–2020 and opportunity assessment for 2021–2031. Related Reports:About Persistence Market Research:Persistence Market Research (PMR), as a 3rd-party research organization, does operate through an exclusive amalgamation of market research and data analytics for helping businesses ride high, irrespective of the turbulence faced on the account of financial/natural crunches.
January 27, 2022 18:08 UTC
Asharq Al-AwsatLibya's health minister and his deputy have been detained as part of a corruption probe, prosecutors said Wednesday, the third detention of a cabinet member in recent weeks. Libya has been mired in perpetual crisis since the 2011 revolt that toppled dictator Moamer Kadhafi, and corruption is rife throughout state institutions. Zenati's detention comes after prosecutors questioned Culture Minister Mabrouka Touki in late December over a contract for maintenance works on ministry buildings which had already been refurbished. That came a week and a half after Libya's Education Minister Moussa al-Megarief was arrested as part of an inquiry into a lack of schoolbooks. Megarief remains in detention, while Touki was held for a few days then released, although she remains under investigation.
January 27, 2022 15:34 UTC
Exclusive: vertical Entertainment has acquired US distribution rights for the drama Lost girls Directed by Libya de Paolis. Vertical plans to release the date and date in the United States on June 17, 2022. The myriad of UTAs and UTAs were led by the UTA Independent Film Group and co-produced films for the United States. Lost girls Record a four-generation darling female struggling in the aftermath of an adventure with Peter Pan (Partridge) in Neverland. Like her grandmother (Red Grave) and her mother Jane (Richardson), Wendy (Carry and Depaolis) must escape Pan’s dominance over her and her promise that he desperately wants her to protect.
January 27, 2022 15:09 UTC
Good news for Middle East citizens who love binge watch! Disney+, one of the widely watched streaming platforms of entertainment giant Disney, has announced to be officially launched in the Middle East, this summer. After summer 2022, the streaming platform will be additionally available in 42 countries and 11 territories, including 16 Middle East and North Africa (MENA) markets. The streaming platform was launched in 2019 in the United States, the Netherlands and Canada and expanded its services in European countries in the year 2020. Disney also broadcasts 20th-century classics shows from Studios, Disney Television Studios, FX and Searchlight Pictures.
January 27, 2022 15:03 UTC
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding with the World Health Organization to strengthen health services for children with cancer in Libya. Sanalla said that this marks a historic moment for the health system in Libya as he expressed his appreciation to the WHO and the NOC partners. "We hope to see the continuation of good production and the flow of oil this year so our partners could contribute more and more," the NOC head added. For its part, the WHO said it will use this "generous donation" to procure medicines, supplies and equipment for seven hospitals that are treating child cancer patients. "The funding will ensure that 722 children enrolled for cancer treatment in the main pediatric hospitals in Tripoli and Benghazi will receive specialized care over a period of 18 months, the WHO explained.
January 27, 2022 14:48 UTC
But the bust ended last year when oil prices rose by more than 50% and oil stocks led higher markets to wider markets. When the Omicron variant emerged in November, the oil market was trapped in fear that another spell for trapped consumers was underway. Goldman predicts that by summer oil inventories in developed countries will be depleted to the lowest levels in 20 years. Investors look forward to a year of great success for companies that sell services and equipment to oil producers. Bigger rival Schlumberger NVSLB 2.60%Immediately behind, with an increase of 33%, some oil producers follow the top.
January 27, 2022 11:59 UTC
The Coastal Security has seized a quantity of cannabis estimated at 20 kg on the shores of Tripoli. The Ministry of Interior said that a patrol of the Coastal Security found the drugs by chance during a search operation for Osama Abu Lamida, one of the two fishermen who went missing last week at sea. It confirmed that initial measures were taken while the seized material was referred to the Narcotics Control Agency to complete the legal procedures regarding the incident.
January 27, 2022 11:59 UTC