Hurricane Daniel : Libya announces the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help flood victims Hurricane Daniel : Libya announces the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help flood victims

Hurricane Daniel : Libya announces the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help flood victims

Hurricane Daniel : Libya announces the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help flood victims  The Libyan National Unity Government announced the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help those affected by the floods that swept through cities in the east of the country, leaving thousands dead. On Friday, the Turkish President confirmed that his country would continue to provide aid to the Libyans.  The Libyan National Unity Government announced the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help those affected by the floods that swept through cities in the east of the country, leaving thousands dead and missing.  A statement by the Government Emergency and Rapid Response Team published on Friday evening by the “Our Government” (official) Facebook platform reported the arrival of “38 relief planes from 17 countries and 5 ships, the last of which is from Italy equipped with a helicopter, arriving in the coming hours.”  He added: "We are awaiting the arrival of a Turkish ship on Saturday to the port of Tobruk (east)."  The Libyan statement indicated that “the Ministry of Health continues to operate an air bridge of medical and auxiliary personnel, as 250 medical and auxiliary personnel were transported by air, bringing the number of medical personnel in the affected areas to about 400, and providing two field hospitals to activate the suspended hospitals in Al-Mukhaili and Al-Bayyada ( east)".  The statement explained that "the teams searching for the remains of the Missing Persons Authority had buried, as of Friday evening, about 2,500 bodies that were recovered from Derna, and the teams of the National Safety Authority are continuing the search for survivors and recovering bodies in the affected areas."  On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that his country would continue to provide aid to the Libyans following the floods, noting that Ankara had allocated 3 aircraft and 3 ships as part of providing humanitarian relief to Libya.  The Turkish President pointed out that the aid ships will include "122 vehicles, including 10 ambulances, 30 rescue and intervention vehicles, and 12 trucks, in addition to 360 individuals, 3 field hospitals, and various food, health and shelter supplies."  On September 10, Hurricane Daniel swept several areas in eastern Libya, most notably the cities of Derna, Benghazi, Al-Bayda, Al-Marj, and Sousse, leaving more than 6,000 dead and thousands missing, according to what was announced by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in the National Unity Government, Saad al-Din Abdel-Wakil, on the 13th of the same month.         3,166 people have been confirmed dead in eastern Libya so far as a result of floods, and the Attorney General confirms the prosecution of those responsible for the Derna Dam disaster.  Tripoli : The Minister of Health in the government appointed by the Libyan House of Representatives in Benghazi, Othman Abdel Jalil, confirmed the death of 3,166 people as of Friday evening, as a result of the floods resulting from Hurricane Daniel, which struck a large area in eastern Libya, especially the city of Derna.   In a press conference on Friday night attended by the Prime Minister of Benghazi, Osama Hammad, and the Public Prosecutor, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, Abdel Jalil nominated these numbers for an increase, and confirmed that the Public Prosecution is taking DNA samples from the deaths to match them with those of their relatives, in order to identify the identities of the dead, noting that They will announce daily updates to hurricane victims.   In light of the discrepancies in the numbers of victims, the Prime Minister of Benghazi announced during the conference that the Minister of Health is authorized to announce the numbers.   Most of the announced victims fell in the city of Derna, where the rains of Hurricane Daniel caused the explosion of two dams and caused huge human and material damage, far exceeding the surrounding cities and villages.  For his part, the Libyan Attorney General, Al-Siddiq Al-Sur, confirmed that criminal prosecutions will extend to those responsible for the Derna Dam disaster, whoever they may be.  Al-Sour said in a press conference on Friday night, “The Public Prosecutor’s Office has extensive studies on the history of the two dams, and we have begun summoning the Dams Administration and the Authority responsible for water resources.” The Attorney General noted that the investigations are focusing on the funds allocated for the maintenance of the two dams, stressing that the office has reports that included the presence of cracks in the two dams and their need for maintenance.  Al-Siddiq Al-Sur said, “The investigations include successive local authorities into any negligence or negligence that led to the collapse of the two dams. We will announce the details and take measures regarding those who caused this disaster as soon as the investigations are completed.” In parallel, the Minister of Health in the Libyan government appointed by Parliament, Othman Abdel Jalil, confirmed that the number of deaths had reached 3,166, explaining that these are the numbers registered with the prosecution offices in charge of burial.

The Libyan National Unity Government announced the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help those affected by the floods that swept through cities in the east of the country, leaving thousands dead. On Friday, the Turkish President confirmed that his country would continue to provide aid to the Libyans.

The Libyan National Unity Government announced the arrival of 38 relief planes from 17 countries to help those affected by the floods that swept through cities in the east of the country, leaving thousands dead and missing.

A statement by the Government Emergency and Rapid Response Team published on Friday evening by the “Our Government” (official) Facebook platform reported the arrival of “38 relief planes from 17 countries and 5 ships, the last of which is from Italy equipped with a helicopter, arriving in the coming hours.”

He added: "We are awaiting the arrival of a Turkish ship on Saturday to the port of Tobruk (east)."

The Libyan statement indicated that “the Ministry of Health continues to operate an air bridge of medical and auxiliary personnel, as 250 medical and auxiliary personnel were transported by air, bringing the number of medical personnel in the affected areas to about 400, and providing two field hospitals to activate the suspended hospitals in Al-Mukhaili and Al-Bayyada ( east)".

The statement explained that "the teams searching for the remains of the Missing Persons Authority had buried, as of Friday evening, about 2,500 bodies that were recovered from Derna, and the teams of the National Safety Authority are continuing the search for survivors and recovering bodies in the affected areas."

On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that his country would continue to provide aid to the Libyans following the floods, noting that Ankara had allocated 3 aircraft and 3 ships as part of providing humanitarian relief to Libya.

The Turkish President pointed out that the aid ships will include "122 vehicles, including 10 ambulances, 30 rescue and intervention vehicles, and 12 trucks, in addition to 360 individuals, 3 field hospitals, and various food, health and shelter supplies."

On September 10, Hurricane Daniel swept several areas in eastern Libya, most notably the cities of Derna, Benghazi, Al-Bayda, Al-Marj, and Sousse, leaving more than 6,000 dead and thousands missing, according to what was announced by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in the National Unity Government, Saad al-Din Abdel-Wakil, on the 13th of the same month. 



3,166 people have been confirmed dead in eastern Libya so far as a result of floods, and the Attorney General confirms the prosecution of those responsible for the Derna Dam disaster

Tripoli : The Minister of Health in the government appointed by the Libyan House of Representatives in Benghazi, Othman Abdel Jalil, confirmed the death of 3,166 people as of Friday evening, as a result of the floods resulting from Hurricane Daniel, which struck a large area in eastern Libya, especially the city of Derna. 

In a press conference on Friday night attended by the Prime Minister of Benghazi, Osama Hammad, and the Public Prosecutor, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, Abdel Jalil nominated these numbers for an increase, and confirmed that the Public Prosecution is taking DNA samples from the deaths to match them with those of their relatives, in order to identify the identities of the dead, noting that They will announce daily updates to hurricane victims. 

In light of the discrepancies in the numbers of victims, the Prime Minister of Benghazi announced during the conference that the Minister of Health is authorized to announce the numbers. 

Most of the announced victims fell in the city of Derna, where the rains of Hurricane Daniel caused the explosion of two dams and caused huge human and material damage, far exceeding the surrounding cities and villages.

For his part, the Libyan Attorney General, Al-Siddiq Al-Sur, confirmed that criminal prosecutions will extend to those responsible for the Derna Dam disaster, whoever they may be.

Al-Sour said in a press conference on Friday night, “The Public Prosecutor’s Office has extensive studies on the history of the two dams, and we have begun summoning the Dams Administration and the Authority responsible for water resources.”
The Attorney General noted that the investigations are focusing on the funds allocated for the maintenance of the two dams, stressing that the office has reports that included the presence of cracks in the two dams and their need for maintenance.

Al-Siddiq Al-Sur said, “The investigations include successive local authorities into any negligence or negligence that led to the collapse of the two dams. We will announce the details and take measures regarding those who caused this disaster as soon as the investigations are completed.”
In parallel, the Minister of Health in the Libyan government appointed by Parliament, Othman Abdel Jalil, confirmed that the number of deaths had reached 3,166, explaining that these are the numbers registered with the prosecution offices in charge of burial.


Emmanuel Macron : “They feed him military meals.” Macron accuses Nigerien coup plotters of detaining the French ambassador

President Emmanuel Macron announced that the French ambassador to Niger is “detained” by the ruling military, pointing out that the food he eats is “military rations,” while France still considers Mohamed Bazoum the legitimate president of Niger.
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French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday accused Nigerien coup plotters of "detaining" the French ambassador, pointing out that the food the ambassador was eating was "military food rations."

In late August, the Nigerien military, who carried out a coup against President Mohamed Bazoum and seized power, ordered the French ambassador to leave the country after France refused to accept the deadline in which the current Nigerien government demanded his departure.

France considers that the current Nigerien government does not have the legitimacy to submit this request.

“In Niger, at the time I am speaking to you, we have an ambassador and diplomatic staff who have been taken hostage in the French embassy,” Macron said during his visit to the Saumur-en-Auxois region in central-eastern France.

He added that the soldiers "deny (these) food, and the ambassador takes military food rations."

Macron pointed out that Ambassador Sylvain Ette "no longer has the possibility of leaving. He is an undesirable person."

When asked about the possibility of the ambassador returning to Paris, Macron said: “I will do what we will agree on with President Bazoum because he has the legitimate authority, and I speak to him every day.”

For her part, French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna confirmed that Sylvain Ette is working and will remain in his position as long as President Macron wants to.

Colonna added on Friday evening: “He is very useful to us thanks to his contacts and the contacts his team makes... He still has a small team around him.”

France still considers Bazoum the legitimate president of Niger.

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