The head of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Hafter, has said that the UN arms embargo is stopping the defeat of the so-called Islamic State.
A car bomb outside Jalaa Hospital has today killed at least four people and injured 26 including eight children who were leaving a nearby primary school when the explosion occurred.
The General Investigation Device had published, Monday morning, a video showing a person named Haitham Omran Zintani, who talked about the abduction of Sheikh Nader Al-Omrani and the way they killed him.
The UN-proposed government’s Defense Ministry said Saturday that three of its personnel were kidnapped in Tripoli. The three men were identified as Mousa Amroni, Fadlallah Al-Shahibi, and Ali Al-Agouri.
Tribal fighting has continued in Sebha for the fourth day with at least fifteen people now killed and more than 35 wounded.
An urgent meeting between Tunisian and Algerian officials has been called to address the situation in Libya, said Tunisian Foreign Minister, Khemaies Jhinaoui.
The armed forces led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar announced a “great victory” against jihadi fighters in Libya’s second city of Benghazi on Thursday.
Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood yesterday condemned the military operation launched by Khalifa Haftar’s forces in the west of Benghazi, saying Libyan civilians and foreigners were killed in the operation, the Anadolu Agency reported.
The Libya Muslim Brotherhood group had denounced, in a statement, the brutal bombardment of the airstrikes of the Army that led by General Khalifa Haftar in the residential area of Ganfouda area in Benghazi.
At least 20 soldiers belonging to forces led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar have been killed and dozens injured in two days of fighting with extremists in Libya’s second city of Benghazi, a hospital official said on Wednesday.