The notorious and heavily armed Kani Brigade from Tarhuna attacked Garabulli, some 50 km’s from Tripoli earlier today, adding more tension to the often conflict-ridden town. They withdrew their forces tonight.
A car bomb exploded, on Saturday, in a busy market in Solug area, the south west of the city of Benghazi.
Misrata municipal council member Mustafa Kroad was named mayor of Misrata as a successor to the late Mohammad Eshtiwi, who was assassinated by unidentified gunmen, on Sunday evening.
Misrata mayor Mohammed Eshtawi was assassinated Sunday night shortly after his arrival from Turkey.
Dozens of exiled Tawerghans demonstrated in Tripoli’s Falah district today protesting over their squalid living conditions and demanding the Presidency Council and the international community organise their return to their home town.
Man-Made River administration said water supplies had been shut down for northwestern cities including Tripoli, adding that the water pipelines of Hasawna area were forcefully closed by an armed group that demanded a release of a prisoner from Tripoli in return of reopening the flow of water.
The Beida-based interim prime minister Abdullah Al-Thinni has ordered the suspension and arrest of mayors and councillors from areas supposedly under his control who have been in contact with the Presidency Council’s government of national accord (GNA) based in Tripoli.
The member of the State Council in Libya, Mansour Al-Hassadi, talks to “LIBYAPROSPECT” about his point of view on the latest unknown air raids that bombarded the city of Derna on 30th of last month.
Fighting erupted in Wershiffana district in western Libya between local armed groups and the forces led by commander of the western military zone, Osama Jowaili, who was appointed by the Presidential Council.
A local radio presenter in Al-Jufra has been arrested by security forces after taking part in a protest in the central Libyan region.