Al-Sharqiya Municipality in southern Libya confirmed the kidnapping of three of its dignitaries on their return from Umm Al Aranib area at Zwila-Tamsa Road on Monday night.
Tazirbu Mayor confirms killing of 14 ISIS members
The Mayor of Tazirbu Ibrahim Jadallah said on Monday that the security services and locals of Tazirbu have killed about 14 members of ISIS during two days, in an area of 500 square kilometres.
Daesh claims attack in southern Libya that killed at least nine
Daesh on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack on a town in Libya’s southern desert that killed nine people and in which several people were kidnapped, according to a resident.
Tension rises in south Libya amid clashes with Chadian groups
The Mayor of Al-Sharqiyah municipality in southern Libya, Immhimmed Al-Arabi revealed that the battalions in the south gave the Chadian opposition groups stationed at the HQ of the Chinese company in the area until Wednesday to evacuate the site, stressing the continuation of the meetings of the committees formed within …
Hafter launches Murzuq Basin military campaign in south
Khalifa Hafter, in his role as General Commander of the predominantly eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) launched military operation Murzuq Basin to “eliminate gangs, terrorist and criminals, that have been kidnapping and robbing in the south of the country”.
Death toll of clashes with Chadian groups rises to 10
The Mayor of Al-Sharqiyah Municipality in the south of the country – Imhimmed Arab, said that the South Combat Brigades found the bodies of six members from Khalid Ibn Al-Walid Battalion who were abducted by Chadian groups.
Four killed and others arrested from Chadian rebels in clashes south Libya
The Mayor of the Municipality of Al-Sharqiyah in the south-west of the country, Amhamed Arab, has urged the authorities to intervene and put an end to the Chadian opposition gangs that are violating the south region.
Clashes against Chadian rebels in southwestern Libya
Four Libyan fighters were killed and 12 others wounded in clashes against Chadian rebels in Umm Al-Aranib town, southwestern Libya, on Sunday.
Kidnappings along Kufra-Jalu Road threaten security in southeastern Libya
A spate of kidnappings along the only road in and out of southeast Libya over the last week may pose a threat to local peace in the border region of Kufra, where proxy fighting sits alongside longstanding tribal conflict.
Kufra tribes gather for peace and vow support to LNA
At Kufra’s Taj Conference Hall yesterday morning, Kufra’s tribes gathered with the town’s officials, including the head of Kufra Municipality, Abdulrahman Agoub and commander of Kufra Military Zone, Brigadier Belgasim Al Abaj, to congratulate the arrival of Khalifa Hafter to Libya and to look to strengthening social cohesion and enforce …