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Libya’s Anti-Terrorism Force says coordinating with many countries in fighting militants

The spokesman for the Libyan Anti-Terrorism Force (ATF) Abdelbasit Tika said they had not depicted movements for ISIS in the area from southern Sirte to southern Tripoli – through southern Tarhouna and Bani Walid.

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Libya’s UN Security Council Representative: Haftar’s Tripoli offensive shattered political process

The Representative of Libya at the UN Security Council Al-Mahdi Al-Majirbi told member states that Khalifa Haftar’s “agression against Tripoli” has ended the hopes of all Libyans to go to elections and build a civilian state. 

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OCHA says more than 75,000 people displaced by Tripoli war

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that the use of explosive weapons, including artillery and aerial bombardments in populated areas, has resulted in 129 civilian casualties, including 29 fatalities.

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Haftar’s assault on Tripoli: What’s at stake for Libya?

Haftar’s attack has failed to achieve any of its objectives thus far, with his eastern-based forces struggling to break through the GNA’s front lines along the capital’s southern outskirts. Both sides have been fighting skirmishes within an area only a few kilometres wide despite interventions from the air force and …

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Libya: Government of National Accord preparing to remove Haftar from Tripoli region

The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) announced, via Facebook on Saturday, that it is preparing an operation to remove the forces of retired Major General Khalifa Haftar from around Tripoli. It also said it would seek to enforce security throughout Libya.

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