Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) forces destroyed a military cargo plane Sunday minutes after landing in a Tarhouna airstrip.
Tens of rockets have rained down on different civilian neighborhoods in Tripoli, including Abu Salim, Al-Hadba and Bab Benghashir, in addition to over 50 rockets falling in the vicinity of Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport and surrounding areas – all have been fired by Khalifa Haftar’s forces – according to eyewitnesses on …
Heavy clashes erupted Sunday in southern Tripoli between the Libyan Army under the command of the Government of National Accord and Khalifa Haftar’s forces as the former advanced on different frontlines pushing Haftar’s fighters away amid their shortage of ammunition and supplies.
The spokesman for the Libyan Army Mohammed Gununu said a Libyan Air Force warplane targeted Sunday a military cargo plane minutes after it had landed in a Tarhouna airstrip.
The forces of the internationally-recognised Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) shot down three Sukhoi fighters belonging to Haftar’s forces on Friday, reported Anadolu Agency.
Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) said Friday that its Air Force strikes killed at least 25 fighters, including Janjaweed mercenaries loyal to Khalifa Haftar in the vicinity of Sirte, especially on Al-Wishka frontline.
The media office of Volcano of Rage Operation said Thursday that Air Force warplanes had destroyed three trucks in Tininay area in south Bani Walid, adding that they were laden with ammunition, artillery rounds and Grad rockets in route to Khalifa Haftar’s forces in south Tripoli.
Khalifa Haftar’s forces have targeted areas close to the Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli on Thursday, causing the death of two civilians.
This Saturday marks a year since Libya’s Khalifa Haftar ordered his self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) to march on Tripoli to expel the Government of National Accord (GNA). On 11 April last year, MEMO published an article that said Haftar could not retreat as to do so at the time …
The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Taher Sayala and European Union’s Foreign policy chief Josep Borrell held a phone call, the GNA Foreign Ministry confirmed, to discuss the ongoing crisis in Libya.