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Italy calls for end to arms embargo on Libya FILE PHOTO: A fighter of Libya’s UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) of Fayez Serraj, fires his rifle during clashes with forces of the self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) led by Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar, at Al-Khalla frontline. /Getty ImagesThe High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, has called for a more focused surveillance in Libya to enforce an arms embargo imposed by the United Nations.In a press conference in Brussels on Monday, Borell announced a new operation in the Mediterranean Sea to curb the flow of arms into the troubled North African country. The call comes two weeks ahead of a European Commission meeting with the African Union.“The operation will comprise aerial, satellite and maritime assets. Not only maritime assets, satellite and aerial, the warships themselves will serve as the basis for the radar control of their space,” Borell said.“If we want to control the arms embargo, we have to concentrate our surveillance on the Eastern part, where the arms are coming from and a strategic situation with respect to the routes followed by the ships bringing arms to Libya,” he added.Libya has been dogged by war since December 2011, and the situation heightened in early 2019 when rebel General Khalifa Hafter pledged to take over Tripoli from the Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.Hafter announced in early December a final push to take over the capital from al-Sarraj’s government, unleashing heavy clashes on the southern edges of the city.Since 2011, the Libyan war has killed thousands and displaced millions as militant groups and human trafficking cells sought to impose their command in various regions across the country.The United Nations and some International actors continue to urge the warring factions to engage in dialogue in order to end the conflict and put the country back on course to the formation of a unified government.Related Egyptian warplanes strike alleged arms convoy from Libya UN warns countries have breached arms embargo agreed at Libya summit
Tom Farmer Related TopicsBengalsBrownsNFL Here’s the list of inactive players for the Cleveland Browns as they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Born and raised in northeast Ohio, Tom Farmer started loving sports at a very young age. Some of his first memories were playing baseball and basketball for his local recreation center. Tom’s passion for football came in his early teenage years when the Browns came back in ’99. Tom is a season ticket holder for the Cleveland Gladiators that play in the Arena Football League. He will forever represent his Cleveland teams from the womb to the tomb. Cleveland rocks!
Mississippi State Ally McDonaldMississippi State stumbled out of the gate on Thursday in its quest for a third straight appearance in the NCAA Championship.The Bulldogs carded a 300 in the opening round of the NCAA Regional at Lonnie Poole Golf Course in Raleigh, North Carolina. LSU sits atop the standings after firing a 288.MSU sits 10th after the first round and five shots back from the cut. The top six teams from each regional advance to the NCAA Championships in Florida.Senior Ally McDonald finished with an 80, the lowest of any MSU player. Sophomore Jessica Peng finished with the best score at 72 and is tied for ninth.Despite windy conditions throughout the day at the , the Taiwan native shot even par on both the front and back and is tied for ninth.“Jessica really managed herself well,” MSU coach Ginger Brown-Lemm said. “Even with the wind at 20 mph on the back nine, she had it going.”Rica Tse and Ji Eun Baik both shot a 75 and enter Friday’s second round tied for 34th. Blaise Carabello rounded out MSU’s scoring with a 78 (T67).“Today was a total team effort,” Brown-Lemm said. “Jessica led in a strong way with her even par, followed by Rica and J.B. with a pair of 75s. Blaise rallied with three birdies and came through for us. And for the first time since her freshman year, Ally was plus-8. But it happens. This is a team of resilience, and we fully anticipate a great day tomorrow.”Team Standings1. LSU, 2882. N.C. State, 2903. Ohio State, 2924. Campbell, 2935. Alabama, 2946. South Carolina, 2957. Central Florida, 2968. Furman, 2989. Florida, 29910. Mississippi State, 30011. Northwestern, 302T12. Coastal Carolina, 303T12. GRU, 303T12. Iowa State, 30315. College of Charleston, 30416. Seton Hall, 30917. Wichita State, 31218. Fairleigh Dickinson, 328