The Libyan Judicial Officers Association condemned in a statement Tuesday the threat against the head of the Seventh Criminal Chamber of Benghazi Court of Appeal, Fatima Al Masri, by a group of armed men.
US Africa Command Director of Public Affairs Colonel Chris Karns said four airstrikes this year had killed 25% of the ISIS terrorists remaining in Libya, “where ISIS forces had been gathering in camps and recruiting new fighters.”
Six medical workers abducted by a local armed group in Zintan, Libya, were freed on October 23, 2019, after 12 days of captivity, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.
The brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of murder when he appeared in court Tuesday.
The Libyan Ministry of Health on Sunday condemned the kidnapping of a group of doctors near the southwestern city of Zintan.
A source from the Ministry of Health has confirmed that six doctors were kidnapped from a medical convoy, while on its way to Ghadames city, north-west of Libya.
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj said terrorist cells have stepped up their activities over the last few months due to the recurrent military operations in different areas in Libya, adding that they have taken advantage of the security vacuum caused by ongoing fighting in Tripoli.
The brother of the member of the Libyan High Council of State (HCS) Mustafa Al-Treki has told local media that HCS member is now released after being abducted on Tuesday in Al-Matrad in western Al-Zawiya city.
Seven women from the Shiha district of Derna, east Libya, have been abducted by a militia group on Monday night, a source from the city disclosed.
The Air Force of the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, liquidated at least 26 militants near the southwestern city of Murzuq as the militants attempted to flee the area in the wake of the US airstrikes, Ahmed Mismari, the LNA spokesman, said on Thursday.