The head of the faculty of medical technology in Emsalata, east of Tripoli, was attacked yesterday along with the head of examinations and the deputy president of the students’ union at the faculty.
As chaos reigns in Libya, with competing authorities continuing to vie for power, the battle for Tripoli appears to have begun anew.
The final reconciliation agreement, reached by the joint reconciliation committee of Misrata and Tawergha, was officially endorsed in Tripoli on Monday, a move that would allow thousands of Tawerghan IDPs to return to their ghost town after more than six years of displacement.
A meeting was held at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Tripoli on Monday that gathered many elders and tribes from all over the country including those who are still loyal to the former regime.
Dignity Operation has asked the Chief of Sabratha Military Council, Colonel Tahir Al-Gharabli, to join their forces to topple the UN-installed Presidency Council, it was disclosed.
The Defence and National Security Committee of House of Representatives has issued a “terrorism” list that included 75 lawmakers, politicians, military officers, clerics, activists and journalists; all are foes of Dignity Operation.
The Presidency Council has attacked the order to arrest its education minister Otman Abdul Jalil ordered earlier this week by Abdullah Al-Thinni, the head of the administration based in Beida.
Thousands of displaced families living in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, fear they will never return to their homes in Benghazi.
Kidnappers have released Tripoli University professor Salem Mohamed Beitelmal, 47 days after he was abducted. His nephew Abdelrauf, who is the mayor of Central Tripoli, announced the news.
Renegade General Khalifa Haftar has applauded Tripoli armed brigades loyal to the UN-proposed Presidency Council, describing them as “patriots.”