A young man has shared a painful story of an ordeal he went through in Libya that killed most of his friends. The young man, Emmanuel Boakye who took to a popular Facebook page (Tell it all) to tell the story indicated that he was kidnapped two times in a roll by rebels.
Plane crash is one experience no body would wish to experience in one's lifetime.It is the only accident that has the tendency of claiming thousands of lives without leaving even a trace.
This world and the social media has made life very strange and full of surprises.The world has become a global village whereby no information anywhere is hidden.The internet especially the social media has surprised as with another dangerous story which has happened in libya.As for Africans, only God understands our way of lives.
Smoke rising over Tripoli was the headline captured in the reports of BBC in 2011. The picture then, as was portrayed, did not bear any good development for the turmoil that was ongoing in Libya, whiles some observers both foreign and local made merry with the capture of Col. Gaddafi. The conflict was perceived a very worrying situation to result in such vibrant African economy blazing in fire. Since Libya was not the first nation of the world to undergo such an experience and may probably not be the last,
How did Muammar Gaddafi, this dictator who reigned over Libya for more than 40 years, find his death on October 20, 2011, several months after the fall of Tripoli? In 2011, the Libyan National Transitional Council claimed he was fatally injured in a crossfire. But several other theories have been raised over the years, including the intervention of foreign powers. Alfred de Montesquiou, reporter for "Paris Match", is certain to know the scenario of Gaddafi's last hours. In the first episode of the "Paris
Laryea Kingston was once a professional footballer who played for the Ghana National team and other international club teams. Laryea Kingston is the junior brother of former Black Stars goalkeeper Richard Kingston. Laryea Kingston who was born in Accra, had his career started with the local Great Olympics whom he joined at the age of 16 before moving to Libyan side Al-Ittihad Tripoli in 2000, on a loan deal. The former Black Stars player returned back to Ghana(Accra) unhappy at his treatment in Tripoli so he
Yes, Muammar Gaddafi had an adopted daughter called Hana Gaddafi who allegedly died in the 1986 by air strikes. Evidence that Gaddafi may have lied about death of his daughter in 1986. In this photo in 1996 , Muammar Gaddafi holds his daughter Hana in Tripoli, Libya. Since the rebel takeover of Tripoli, evidence has been mounting that Muammar Gaddafi lied about the death of his adopted baby daughter Hana in a 1986 American airstrike. Tripoli, Libya: Since the opposition takeover of Tripoli, evidence has been
Once open a time there was a blind lady called Tina.Tina were living in one of my village called Tripoli,Tina was very beautiful and nice girl,she was hopping to get her site back one day.A young man called Thin saw Tina and he was madly in love with Tina so he planned to tell Tina. He proposed to Tina and Tina accept her proposal. They live together for almost 3year but they were no married.Thin was so good and kind to Tina. He always make her feel happy and treats her like a queen.But Tina always says "I
Click the + follow button for more news. There is a fight for control of the country with Africans largest oil field as the winning prize. When the Libyan rebels and NATO began an assault on Tripoli in 2011, Colonel muammar Gaddafi delivered a speech calling on all his supporters to defend the country from foreign invaders he said " There is a conspiracy to control Libyan oil and to control Libyan land, to colonize Libya once again. Nine ( 9 ) years on the outbreak of the civil war, Gaddafi proclamation is not
The United Nations says it has received “deeply disturbing” reports of deaths, destruction and looting from areas recently recaptured by forces of the internationally-recognized Libyan government, calling on the warring sides to respect the rule of law. Forces of the Tripoli-based Libyan government on Thursday regained control of more areas in southern Tripoli as part of an advance ending a 14-month offensive on the capital by eastern-based militias led by renegade general Khalifa Haftar. The United Nat
Record photograph: The Martyrs' School is one of around 100 schools completely or somewhat demolished At the Martyrs' School close to Tripoli, instructors and guardians are utilizing the restricted methods nearby to fix structures crushed by a year-long fight for the Libyan capital. A portion of the dividers have been repainted, furniture has been introduced and maturing PC screens tidied off. Yet, the rooftops and different dividers, blemished by gunfire and mortar impacts, stay horrid tokens of the ongoing
Crisis in Lebanon deepen as a massive Explosion killed more than 100 and over 4000 injuries on the evening of tuesday thr 4th August 2020. A massive Explosion killing over 100 and and 4000 plus wounded, billions of properties destroyed which will cost the middle east country a lot as the country is already facing serious economic crisis.The middle east country with about 7million population yet to face a different face of worsen and broken economy since the beautiful middle east country has been struggling to
The Libyan authorities have captured three suspects for executing a man by setting him ablaze, the interior ministry has said. The inside service is cited as saying that the three Libyans, all in their 30s, raged a Tripoli industrial facility where African transients were working, confined one of the laborers, a Nigerian, poured petroleum on him and set him ablaze. The head of mission for the Worldwide Association for Relocation tweeted that he was "astonished" at what he called "one more silly wrongdoing