The UAE has ignored a UN arms embargo to send weapons to east Libya’s General Haftar, the UN’s Libya Sanctions Committee has reported.
Misrata Municipal Council says IDPs, including Tawerghans, have right to return home; extends measures against BDB
Misrata’s municipal council has said that all Internally Displaced People (IDPs) must be allowed to return to their homes, whether in Mashashia, Zintan, Rujban, Kikla, Tripoli, Tawergha or elsewhere.
Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous forces confirmed it thwarted, on Friday, an attack by what it described as “Haftar militias” at gate 17, east of Sirte, saying that the attack coincided with another attack from Daesh militias south of Sirte, according to the media bureau.
In a new display of unity in Misrata, leaders of the Bunyan Marsous Operations Room, of Battalion No. 40, the city’s military council and its municipal council have ordered the Benghazi Defence Brigades (BDB) positioned at the Baghla junction on the road south of Abu Grain to disband, surrender their …
Zawia settled into an uneasy calm today after clashes reignited last night between rival Ahneish and Khadrawi militias in the centre of the town. However, despite attempts by tribal elders to mediate a ceasefire, there are fears of fresh fighting. Both sides have been bringing in reinforcements in the expectation …
Following fast on the announcement by the Presidency Council (PC) three days ago that it was dividing Libya into seven military regions as part of efforts to pacify the country, it has now unveiled its first two appointments.
Heavy clashes broke out between two armed groups in the western city of Zawia on Saturday night and continued until the morning of Sunday.
Militants loyal to the renegade General Khalifa Haftar and those with Daesh have attacked Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous fighters simultaneously, it has been reported. The attacks on forces loyal to the UN-backed government took place to the east of Sirte on Friday.
Libyan National Army (LNA) units moved into the Jufra airbase this morning after it had been abandoned first by the 13th Brigade (formerly the Third Force) and then by the Benghazi Defence Brigades.
Clashes in Hun town in Jufra city between forces led by Khalifa Haftar and locals from Hun backed by forces from Benghazi Defence Brigades (BDB) have left over a dozen killed before Operation Dignity seized the city.