Fighting erupted in Dawoon area between Tarhouna and Misallata cities between locals and gunmen from Al-Kani militia that is under the command of Khalifa Haftar’s forces, backed up by a group of Sudanese Janjaweed mercenaries.
The Libyan Presidential Council (PC) has condemned mass killings in Tarhouna and accused criminal gangs loyal to Khalifa Haftar’s forces of committing the crime.
The Libyan Air Force of the Presidential Council’s government has struck positions for Khalifa Haftar’s forces in Urban town and a military convoy between Tarhouna and Bani Walid, in addition to ammunition depot and operations room near Tarhouna.
A convoy of 75 military vehicles coming from eastern Libya entered Sharara oilfield on Monday, local media outlets reported a military source from Ubari as saying.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced Wednesday the reinstatement of force majeure on crude oil loadings at Zawiya port commencing Tuesday, July 30, 2019.
A security guard was wounded in an exchange of fire between Security forces and inmates at Majir Prison in Zliten city on Tuesday, authorities said.
Libya’s Al-Khoms port authorities seized on Tuesday a container laden with weapons and ammunition coming from Turkey.
A militia takeover of one of Libya’s largest oil fields has halted production for more than a week, the state-owned National Oil Corporation said Tuesday.
Clashes between armed groups killed eight people near the western Libyan city of Msallata, some 120 km east Tripoli, a local security source said.
The Food and Drug Control Center (FDCC) has closed its office at Al-Khoms Port over of what it described as “poor security procedures at the port.”