Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari, the official spokesman for Haftar’s forces, strongly denounced the suicide attack on the Sabha security checkpoint on Tuesday. He claimed that terrorist organizations and the Muslim Brotherhood were attempting to obstruct the impending December elections.
The Commander of the Libyan Army’s Sirte-Jufra Operations Room, Ibrahim Baytelmal, said the room is ready to follow the instructions of the Presidential Council about repositioning to reopen the coastal road only after the agreed upon terms of the ceasefire agreement are implemented in full, especially the withdrawal of all …
The Libyan Presidential Council, which is the Chief Commander of the Libyan Army, has called on Sirte-Jufra Operations Room to reposition its forces immediately to make way for the reopening of the coastal road and facilitate the transportation medium of citizens.
According to the Feminists of Libya organization, Abeer Ahmed Omar Khalil, a Jordanian citizen, was taken by forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar after visiting her brothers in Benghazi.
A woman named Eftikhar Abu Draa has had her hands burnt at Kuwifia prison in Benghazi by elements loyal to Khalifa Haftar’s forces, reported the Head of Victims Organization for Human Rights, Nasser Al-Hawari.
The Head of the Libyan High Council of State (HCS), Khalid Al-Mishri, rejected Tuesday unifying state civil institutions without unifying the military institution, adding in a press conference in Tripoli that the HCS rejected also the inability of the Prime Minister to enter Benghazi and the “mess at the military …
The Libyan Prime Minister and Defense Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah said there are lots of challenges that are hindering the unification of the Libyan Army, expressing hope in the willingness of young people to serve their country.
An armed drone that attacked forces loyal to Libya’s eastern commander Khalifa Haftar last year may have been controlled by artificial intelligence, not a human operator, according to a recent report commissioned by the United Nations.
The challenge of uniting and integrating this unwieldy alliance through a combination of narrative-building, coercion and external support has proven extremely difficult. This is mainly due to the contradictory political goals of the various factions that make up the LAAF.
Patrols of the Department of Central Support (DCS) in Sirte indicated that efforts to secure the region and its people have been stepped up in order to ensure the city’s long-term security.