Clashes between Fursan Janzour Brigade (Janzour Knights) and armed groups from Wershefana have renewed in Janzour and Sayyad, western Tripoli.
The member of the High Council of Libyan Amazigh, Hisham Al-Hamadi, has denounced the statements made by the House of Representatives’ member, Ali Al-Tekbali, accusing what he called “the Amazigh Army” of occupying Tripoli’s western area.
Heavy fighting broke out in a residential district west of Tripoli on Sunday, as two organised crime gangs clashed in a proxy ‘turf-war’.
On Thursday, violent clashes erupted at the western entrance of the capital, Tripoli, between armed groups called Fursan Janzour Brigade, which is positioned in Janzour some kilometers west of Tripoli, and armed forces from the Wershefana district to the west of Tripoli.
Four Chadian rebels were killed and others wounded in clashes with local fighters from Libya’s southeast town of Kufra near the border with Sudan on Thursday.
Armed clashes erupted late at night on Saturday in the town of Garabulli, some 60 km to the est of Tripoli.
The Special Deterrence Force unveiled on Wednesday the identity of the three terrorists who were behind the car bomb explosion in Tripoli on Saturday.
The masterminds of Tripoli car bomb explosion near the Italian embassy on Saturday have been identified, the Special Deterrence Force has reported.
Tripoli’s most powerful militia has warned that the city’s people cannot bear further armed conflict and has insisted the political process based on the Libyan Political Agreement is “irreplaceable.”
Streets in several areas of western Tripoli remained blocked today for the third day running today as a local militia continued to try to force the release of their commander, Adel Sifau. Locally known as “Shita”, he was arrested on Friday by the Rada (”Deterrence”) forces following a series of …