The National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced Wednesday the reinstatement of force majeure on crude oil loadings at Zawiya port commencing Tuesday, July 30, 2019.
Major General Osama Joueili, Commander of the Western Military Region of the Government of National Accord (GNA), announced that his forces took “unexpected” countermeasures in anticipation of an external air attack on the capital Tripoli.
Reliable sources reported to Sudanese Radio Dabanga that the first batch of Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia have arrived in Libya in the oil crescent region to protect Libya’s oil installations in order to allow forces of Khalifa Haftar to concentrate all their power on the Tripoli attack.
An estimated 1,000 fighters from Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia arrived in central Libya on Thursday, reportedly charged with protecting oil infrastructure to allow warlord Khalifa Haftar’s troops to focus solely on the ongoing offensive to seize Tripoli.
Al-Jazeera Channel said it had obtained documents that prove Sudan used its airspace to transport hundreds of mercenaries, recruited by Mohammed Hamdan Delgo (Hemitti) – deputy head of military council in Sudan -, from the Arab tribes in Darfur as well as neighboring African countries to Libya, Yemen and Eritrea.
The joint operations room of Misrata has arrested three people linked to Al-Qaeda – including an Algerian national – and seized their weapons.
Water supplies to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, have been halted in the wake of an armed attack on the main power plant in southern Tripoli, the management of the Great Man-Made River Project said in a statement Friday, reports Anadolu Agency.
Six people have been killed and over 30 others have been wounded as two car bombs exploded at a funeral for a former special forces commander in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi.
A source from the Security Directorate of Murzuk denied the presence of any Chadian opposition forces or ISIS militias in the city, explaining that the clashes that took place in the city involved the Tabu and some of the town’s residents, as a response to the offensive actions committed during …
Egypt and UAE have recruited militants from Sudan and other African countries to support Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar’s forces to capture Tripoli, well placed Libyan source told The New Arab.