Three of Chadian opposition mercenaries were killed at midnight on Tuesday in the city of Sabha. Local media reported according to sources from Sabha that the mercenaries were killed by locals from the city, adding that two others were captured, one of them injured.
Tense security situation in southwestern Libya following reports of suspicious movements of armed group in the area
Local sources from Ubari city southwest of Libya reported Saturday the detection of suspicious movements of armed vehicles in the area from Bint Baiya to Ubari, clarifying that the situation in the region remains tense.
Between May and December last year Daesh attacked three sensitive government sites in the Libyan capital Tripoli causing deaths, injuries and extensive damages. All three sites symbolise state sovereignty and government control.
Libya’s closed Sharara oilfield is expected to lose 8,500 barrels per day to looting, state oil company National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Thursday.
Major General Khalifa Haftar has sent additional troops to south Libya after his forces were attacked on the Chadian border on 28 December.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) confirmed an overnight security breach at the Sharara oil field. The NOC said that in the early hours of Monday, December 31, 2018, an armed group attacked a member of the site’s civil guard, physically assaulting and restraining him, before stealing six air conditioning …
Three Libyan self-styled army soldiers were killed and another injured on Tuesday in two suicide blasts suspected to be carried out by ISIS, in crowded areas in Ghadwa, near the southern city of Sabha.
A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a police station in Libya’s southwestern town of Ghadwa, a local security source said Tuesday.
The spokesman for Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous, Mohammed Al-Ghusri, has urged the Presidential Council to provide the needed support and funds for the anti-terrorism force in order for it to do its job.
The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Kacou Houadja Léon Adom (Côte d’Ivoire): The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous and cowardly terrorist attack on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which took place in Tripoli on 25 December 2018.