Fuel supplies to Sebha have been stopped following today’s suspected IS terrorist seizure of two fuel trucks south of Sirte as the vehicles made their way from Zawia to the south.
Libyan National Army (LNA) forces around Sidra are reportedly on high alert after a suicide bomber was stopped at around 1am today at the Sidra Gate on the highway passing the oil export terminal.
The UN International Organisation for Migration confirmed that over 60.000 Libyan internally displaced persons (IDPs) had returned to Sirte and the telecommunication as well as mobile and internet networks have been reoporated in the city for the first time in two days.
Continuing a trend that started in late 2016, the number of Libyans displaced throughout the country has been steadily declining, as people return to areas from where they were displaced, particularly in the regions of Benghazi and Sirt.
The Free Fields Team, which is appointed to demine various areas in the city of Sirte, found a number of missiles in Sirte suburbs.
Though accompanied by curiously little fanfare, the Obama administration’s most significant victory against the Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL, Daesh) came not in Iraq or Syria, but in Libya. After eight months of fighting, the coastal city of Sirte was ‘liberated’ in December 2016, by a coalition of forces allied to …
Remnants of the so-called Islamic State (IS) killed two fighters from the Misrata-led Third Force and injured another three others in an ambush between Jufra and Sirte.
Libyan authorities today released 28 Eritreans and seven Nigerians who were captured and enslaved by Daesh in Sirte and had been held in detention since the jihadist group lost the city in December.
The spokesman of the air emergency operations room, Mohammed Gunono, said the statement of the US Africa Command commander Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, who stated that IS terrorists are trying to regroup its forces in southern Sirte and that they are not fully eradicated, are relatively true as the air emergency …
The House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk has attacked the decision by the Presidency Council (PC) to create a new 3,000-strong military unit to guard Sirte.