Daesh on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack on a town in Libya’s southern desert that killed nine people and in which several people were kidnapped, according to a resident.
Brigadier General Salah al-Din al-Samu’i, the Former Tripoli Security Chief, was shot by gunmen on Sunday, in front of his home between the area of Salahaldin and Khalet Al-Furjan, south of Tripoli.
Brigadier General Khalifa Haftar will soon sue authorities in Belgium who he has accused of supporting terrorism in Libya, his spokesperson said.
Between September 2017 and last month, Egypt hosted seven rounds of talks aimed at unifying the military establishment in neighbouring Libya. Participants were representatives of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, from eastern Libya, and their counterparts from the Government of National Accord (GNA), based in Tripoli.
Egyptian workers taken hostage in Libya this week over a financial dispute between Libyan contractors and their Egyptian partner have been freed, a relative of one of the hostages said, Reuters reports.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) subsidiary Akakus has confirmed that Sharara oilfield sub-station B-6NC-186 has been attacked around 3 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, by an armed group of eight men, adding that no employees were hurt in this attack or production affected by this incident.
The Sudanese Centre for Press Services reported that the Justice and Equality Movement has executed 11 of its field commanders who serve as mercenaries in Libya – in a border area between Libya and Sudan.
The U.S. Treasury Department has today officially listed Salah Badi, the Libya Dawn and Somoud militia commander, on its sanctions list.
The sister of Ahmed Al-Araibi – the former mayor of Benghazi – said Sunday that Al-Araibi’s son was freed while Al-Araibi himself remains abducted.
Clashes between the tribes of Al-Maqaraha and Mashashiya over ownership of lands in Abuqila area, south of Libya, have ceased since Saturday.