The General Electricity Company of Libya’s (GECOL) southern office said Tuesday that gunmen led by “Bahri Mousa Bahri” stormed the north power plant of Sabha, warning of a total blackout in the city if the gunmen didn’t leave.
Amnesty International urged Libya’s new government on Thursday to prioritise human rights and tackle impunity as it tries to steer the country away from a decade of war.
The 444th Combat Brigade, a security force aligned to the Libyan state, announced that another 23 militia headquarters in Tripoli have been shut down as a part of the security operation to sustain the stability of the city.
According to the official spokesman of Sirte Al Jafra Operations Room, Brigadier General Abdul Hadi Darrah announced that one person was killed and 4 others were wounded during violent clashes in Sirte.
The 444th Combat Brigade, a security force aligned to the Libyan state, announced Monday that it had closed 11 unofficial militia headquarters in Tripoli.
Egypt has renewed its support for the Libyan National Army. LNA commander Khalifa Hifter went to Cairo March 16 and met with Egyptian officials to update Cairo on the latest developments in the talks of the Libyan Joint Military Commission to unify the Libyan military establishment and remove mercenaries.
The Tarhouna Victims Association voiced concerns over the silence of the government toward the massacres and mass graves committed by Al-Kaniyat (Al-Kani) militia, loyal to Khalifa Haftar, against the city’s residents, describing it as “horrendous”.
The European Union yesterday imposed sanctions on two leaders of the Kani/Kaniyat Militia from Tarhuna.
Commander of the Sirte Al-Jufra Operations Room, Brigadier General Ibrahim Bait Al-Mal, confirmed in a press statement that they had monitored about eight buses and two military vehicles moving from Al-Qardabiya Base in Sirte towards the east.
The Military Prosecutor issued on Saturday an internal arrest warrant against 3028 individuals connected to the so-called ‘9th Brigade’, also known as the ‘Kaniyat.’