Brega Oil Marketing Company confirmed Wednesday the damage of one of the fuel reservoirs in the Airport Road depots due to renewed clashes between the armed groups, pointing out that there were no casualties or fire reported from the incident.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) revealed that the number of displaced since the outset of Tripoli’s clashes on August 26 is estimated at 3,845 families.
The Arab League has voiced support for the government of the Presidential Council (PC) as the sole legitimate body in Libya, urging in its ministerial meeting 150 headed by Sudan to suspend communication with Libyan parallel institutions, referring to the Interim Government in Al-Bayda, which is appointed by the House …
At least one dead and 5 wounded in Tuesday clashes in Tripoli, First Aid and Emergency Service confirmed
The spokesman of the First Aid and Emergency Service Osama Ali, confirmed Tuesday that the hospital of Abu Salim received one body and 5 wounded due to the clashes that broke out Tuesday south of Tripoli.
Clashes have erupted in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, breaking a UN mission-led ceasefire deal reached earlier this month, according to the Libya Observer.
Western and southern Libya lost access to power on Tuesday as militias targeted two key power stations, the general electricity authority said.
Clashes renewed in Tripoli on the Airport Road and other areas in southern Tripoli on Tuesday.
The Head of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sirraj, issued Sunday an order to form a join force to end conflicts and prevail security in Tripoli led by the commander of western military zone Brigadier General Osama Al-Juwaili.
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sirraj, has ordered ,in a new decision on Sunday, the Special Deterrence Force (SDF) to leave Mitiga Airport in Tripoli for the apparatuses of the Interior Ministry.
The General Gathering of Libyan Cities and Tribes has stated support for the Seventh Brigade and all armed formations working with it against the “militias controlling Tripoli and its state institutions.”