President of Libyan Olympic Committee was abducted
Gunmen abducted the president of the Libyan Olympic Committee in the nation's capital, grabbing him from his car and bundling him into a waiting vehicle, his brother said Monday.
Salah al-Alam said his brother, committee chief Ahmed Nabil al-Taher al-Alam, was kidnapped on Sunday near the organization's offices in central Tripoli. He said there has been no contact with him or the captors since.
Security officials said they are investigating al-Alam's disappearance. They did not provide any further details.
“One of the key achievements of the project implemented with UNDP/GEF support is the inclusion and support of extra-curricular environmental education as a strategic approach. This was a direct result of the series of roundtables jointly organized with EEN members and policymakers,” adds Sahakyan.