Deputy Interior Minister of Presidential Council, Faraj Egaim, has given rogue General Khalifa Haftar and his armed groups, mainly from Furjan tribe, 48 hours ultimatum to leave Benghazi or they will face the consequences.
Libyan minister survives assassination attempt
Faraj Egaim, deputy interior minister of Libya’s UN-backed unity government, survived an assassination attempt on Sunday when a car bomb hit his convoy in Libya’s Mediterranean city Benghazi.
Guaim: We know who tries to assassinate me
The Undersecretary of the Minister of Interior of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Faraj Guaim, said that he knows who behind the attempt to assassinate him in Benghazi, on Sunday; adding that he is considering the operation as a terrorist act.
Al-Sirraj reviews aftermath of Derna attack with government ministers
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj held a meeting Tuesday morning in Tripoli to review the aftermath of the airstrikes on Derna.
ICC wanted criminal Al-Werfalli to blame for 36 bodies in Libya’s Benghazi
The wanted criminal of Al-Saiqa Force Mahmoud Al-Werfalli and Khalifa Haftar’s son Saddam as well as his brigades are responsible for the mass murder of 36 people whose bodies were found in Abyar district in eastern Benghazi, according to security sources reported by a local TV in Libya.
Still not known who wrecked Tripoli shrine
It is still unclear who destroyed the Bugharara Sufi shrine in the Ghararat district of Tripoli in an overnight attack last week.
Hafter sets up central operations room
The head of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Hafter has set up a central operations room to coordinate the activities of all others. Based in Benghazi, it is to be headed by Major-General Wanis Bukhamada, commander of Saiqa Special Forces.
Clashes break out around Tripoli Port
The Central Security Force, best known as Nawasi Brigade, launched an attack on Tripoli Port Tuesday evening in an attempt to expel Brigade 50 which has been protecting it for years.
Mitiga airport flights resume after suspension due to airport attack
Flights from Tripoli’s only functioning airport, Mitiga, have resumed having been suspended this morning due to a clash between Abdelrauf Kara’s Special Deterrence Force (Rada), nominally part of the Ministry of Interior and aligned with the Faiez Serraj-led Government of National Accord, and armed youth from the Ghararat region of …
IS members arrested and huge cache of arms found in security raid
The Anti-Crime Unit of the Ministry of Interior in Misrata together with other forces has announced that it has, on instructions from the Attorney General’s Office, raided an IS hideout in the Ruwaisat area.