The spokesman for Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous Operation Mohammed Al-Ghasri has told Libyan Express that they have depicted movements for ISIS in Garabulli area outside Tripoli.
Perched on pick-up trucks adorned with machine guns and baskets of rocket-propelled grenades, the notorious Rapid Support Forces (RSF) were an unsettling sight for Khartoum when they began fanning out across the Sudanese capital earlier this year.
Chad’s justice minister has said a “special criminal court” handed jail terms to 243 rebels who crossed from Libya in February, before their incursion was halted by French air raids.
Chad’s Defense Minister, Mahamat Abali Sala, on Wednesday, announced the closure of his country’s land borders with Libya, Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) citing security reasons for the move.
A security source in Ajilat said one young man was killed after an attack by an armed group on Jadidah police station as well as a security department’s outpost.
Former Libyan oil minister Abdulbari al-Arusi was released on Tuesday after two weeks in captivity, according to local media, Anadolu Agency reports.
The Interior Minister of the Interim Government of eastern Libya Ibrahim Bushanaf has accused “terrorist groups” and “sleeper cells” of kidnapping the member of the House of Representatives (HoR) Siham Sergiwa, adding that the case is still under investigation.
The Counter-Terrorism Force confirmed in a statement Sunday the arrest of an ISIS member in his hideout in Swawa area of Sirte.
Armed fighting in Murzuq in southern Libya erupted Saturday and continued through to Sunday, leaving behind four people killed and four others wounded as well as three missing people, a source from the town said.
Last week, around 1,000 members of Sudan’snotorious Rapid Support Forces (RSF) were reported to have arrived in eastern Libya, joining the ranks of Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) which is waging war against the country’s UN-recognised government in Tripoli.