A senior Libyan military commander allied with Khalifa Haftar and suspected of involvement in the deaths of 33 people in eastern Benghazi has been arrested.
Forces loyal to the Libyan National Army (LNA) in eastern Libya appear to have executed captured fighters in Benghazi and desecrated corpses, Human Rights Watch said today. Video recordings posted online since January 2017 seem to show LNA fighters carrying out seven distinct unlawful executions of “extremists.”
The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for a senior Libyan military commander allied with Khalifa Haftar who is suspected of involvement in the deaths of 33 people in the eastern city of Benghazi.
A Libyan human rights organisation has accused the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by General Khalifa Haftar and its militia supporters in Benghazi, responsible for acts that amount to “crimes against humanity”.
A human rights group has held the Libyan National Army (LNA) and its allied armed groups responsible for misconducts that amount to crimes against humanity in the country’s second city of Benghazi.
Dignity Operation forces shut down once again all the land entrances and exits leading toward Derna in eastern Libya after Derna Shura Council had shot down fighter aircraft for them killing its pilot, Adel Al-Jihani and detaining the copilot.
Gunmen loyal to Dignity Operation in the central Libyan city of Al-Khums have abducted Ibrahim Abu Nowara and handed him over to serial killer Mahmoud Al-Werfalli in Benghazi.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has expressed deep concern over the new video of summary executions by Captain Mahmoud Al-Werfalli of Saiqa Forces of Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army.
Libya’s Haftar ‘provided with Israeli military aid following UAE-mediated meetings with Mossad agents’
Khalifa Haftar, the military commander who controls the east of the Libya, has reportedly been receiving Israeli military aid following meetings with Israeli intelligence that were allegedly mediated by the United Arab Emirates.
Libya’s renegade general Khalifah Haftar is facing growing pressure to hand over a special forces field commander after a series of videos emerged allegedly showing his men summarily executing dozens of prisoners.