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A former official of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi’s regime sentenced to death in 2015 was released on Sunday for “health reasons”, his family said.
Abuzeid Dorda, 74, had been serving as head of foreign intelligence when a NATO-backed uprising in 2011 toppled and killed Qadhafi, but he also held a handful of other positions during the dictator’s 42-year reign including a stint as prime minister.
Saudis deny MBS planning to buy Manchester United soccer team.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman does not intend to buy Manchester United, the kingdom’s government said, while confirming its sovereign wealth fund held sponsorship talks with English football’s most successful team. (The Times Of Israel)
Australia accuses foreign government of cyber-attack on lawmakers.
A cyber-attack on Australian lawmakers that breached the networks of major political parties was probably carried out by a foreign government, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, but did not name any suspects. (Reuters UK)