Libyan Government Forces said on yesterday that militias affiliate with renegade General Khalifa Haftar had struck the University of Tripoli, Anadolu reported.
Libya’s Haftar receives 6 Chinese drones from Jordan
Libyan National Army loyal to Khalifa Haftar has signed a contract to purchase six Chinese CH-4 drones from the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF).
Attacks of Haftar’s forces kill 3 people in Tripoli
Indiscriminate shells fired by Haftar’s militias on Tuesday killed 3 people in Tripoli, including children, the media office of the Volcano of Rage Operation said.
UN envoy says from Geneva: Libyan rival military factions agree on “lasting ceasefire”
The UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame has said representatives of the country’s rival factions attending talks in Geneva agree in principle to turning a fragile truce into a lasting ceasefire, as he denounced ongoing violations of an arms embargo by both sides and their backers.
Haftar’s blockade on oil facilities cost Libya $1 billion
Libya has lost almost $1 billion in revenues since a blockade of its most vital oil export facilities led to a slump in production, according to media reports.
Libyan army steps up military build-up in Abu Grien
Significant military reinforcement has arrived at the frontlines of Abu Grien town, western Sirte, from Misurata and Tripoli, according to a source from the media office of the Volcano of Rage Operation.
Sarraj meets with US security delegation, while Haftar bombs Tripoli
The Head of the Presidential Council received a delegation of the American Jones Institution for Military, Security and Counter-Terrorism Consulting, in the capital, Tripoli.
The 5+5 Hafter-Serraj Joint Military Commission meets in Geneva
UNSMIL has confirmed that the delayed 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission is starting its meetings under the auspices of the United Nations in Geneva today.
Haftar gets Jordan’s Chinese drones, Intelligence Online says
The French news website, Intelligence Online, has revealed that Khalifa Haftar’s forces have signed a contract to acquire six Chinese CH-4 drones from the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF).
Berlin conference: Another failure in the Libya crisis
The Berlin conference that convened last month to salvage the feeble Libyan political process was generally regarded by participants as a step in the right direction. German Chancellor Angela Merkel successfully kept the motion afloat as catastrophe loomed.