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Western Military Zone: Clashes in the south aim to impose fait accompli

The Western Military Zone of the Presidential Council said that the hostile acts that took place in the past days in the area of Ghadwa -southeast of Sabha- including the bombing of Murzuk and the interference of armed groups of Sudanese opposition groups in the hostilities, clearly shows that the …

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Tabu MPs boycott Tobruk parliament

Members of the House of Representatives (HoR) of the Tabu community announced Monday, their withdrawal from the HoR in protest against what they described as violations and military campaigns on their areas in the south, and against the besiege imposed by tribal militia allied with mercenaries of the Sudan Liberation …

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What’s next for Gen. Hifter after moving into southern Libya?

I recently made the five-hour drive from Tripoli to the little town of Harawah, home to the Awlad Suleiman tribe, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) east of Sirte in eastern Libya. Just before reaching Harawah, I passed through the last checkpoint manned by the Libyan National Army (LNA), headed by Gen. Khalifa Hifter. The single …

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