Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) on Saturday announced that drones from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) targeted a residential area in Tripoli, seriously injuring several members of a family, Anadolu Agency reports.
The Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar reported that the Tabu tribesmen in Libya have rejected a financial offer from the UAE in exchange for closing the file of the aerial bombing of Murzuq town, which resulted in the killing of scores of civilians last August.
One person was killed and at least 12 others, including women and children, were injured when indiscriminate rocket shells fell on a condolences tent in Bouhdima district of Benghazi.
Khalifa Haftar’s foriegn backup drones – mainly UAE’s – targeted on Tuesday the airports of Misurata and Miitiga in Tripoli causing material damage in the two civilian airports.
Tripoli Protection Force (TPF) called on the Presidential Council to look for the greater good of the country and people and do away with the narrow interests of certain parties and factions who wish to repeat the past by focusing on seizing power only.
The Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, mounted Tuesday three airstrikes on the ‘military section’ of Mitiga airbase.
Libya’s Khalifa Haftar must be wondering how much longer the Emiratis will support his incompetent campaign.
The Volcano of Rage Operation confirmed it had captured six of Haftar’s gunmen while attempting to infiltrate the Ramla axis, south of Tripoli.
Warplanes for Khalifa Haftar’s Air Force, and some sources say foreign drones, have carried out three airstrikes on military positions for the Sirte Protection Force in the city of Sirte – former ISIS stronghold.
Clashes between Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar and the UN-backed government early April 2019 in Tripoli, have exacerbated divisions in the country. This has also impacted journalism and reporting, according to Agence France-Presse (AFP).