The US spy aircraft Havilland Canada Dash-8s carried out Monday a mission of surveillance above the eastern Libyan region to hunt “terrorists and individuals linked to the attack on US consulate in Benghazi in 2012.” The Drive revealed.
Uneasy clam descended on Sabha after clashes renewed Tuesday when an armed group attacked Sabha Martyrs Brigade headquarters in Al-Nasiriya neighborhood.
Libya’s National Human Rights Commission Tuesday condemned the renewed tribal clashes in the southern city of Sabha that killed three civilians and wounded 12 others.
Fighting between tribes in southern Libya on Tuesday killed three people and wounded 20, according to local medics, in the latest flare-up in over a month of clashes.
Local media reported on Tuesday that over 6 fighters were injured as clashes renewed between Sixth Brigade Infantry and Tubu armed groups.
Four people were injured in heavy artillery shelling on Derna by armed groups of the eastern forces of Khalifa Haftar.
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced today that production has resumed at the Reposol operated Sharara oilfield. It said that the stoppage for over 24 hours had led to the loss of about 500,000 barrels and US$ 30 million of potential revenue.
A source in Al-Sharara oil field said, on Sunday, that the field was closed for unknown reasons.
120 families in Libya’s southern city of Sabha have been displaced due to the tribal fighting that has lasted for days, the city’s municipality said on Saturday.
A United Nations team of experts said they have documented operations at a base run by the United Arab Emirates in eastern Libya.