Haftar’s Libyan National Army on Friday announced that at least 12 Islamic State (Daesh) militants were killed in southern Libya. The army “carried out a surprise attack against Daesh remnants hiding in Haruj mountains, and killed more than 12 terrorists of a group called the Lonely Wolves,” the army’s information department said in a statement….

The Libyan National Army has made progress on several fronts, including at Tripoli International Airport, inflicting heavy casualties in manpower and equipment on forces loyal to the Government of National Unity (GNA). According to sources, violent clashes are ongoing in the Tueisha and Ramle regions, near Tripoli International Airport. Indiscriminate bombardments have also been reported…

The Libyan National Army (LNA), Marshal Khalifa Haftar, is advancing south and east of the capital Tripoli, said Khalifa al-Ubeidi, director of the press service of the ANL General Command. “The Libyan army and its military units are advancing on all battle lines south and east of the capital, Tripoli, with the support of the…

Clashes between the forces under the command of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and those under the command of Khalifa Haftar erupted again in early hours of Saturday on southern Tripoli frontlines. Local sources reported intensified fighting in Ein Zara, Airport Road, Qasir Benghashir and other southsou Tripoli areas, with reports of heavy death…

Three people were killed on Thursday in a suspected hit-and-run attack by Islamic State militants on a town in southern Libya, residents and a military official said, the second such attack within days. In the capital Tripoli, three rockets hit a western suburb overnight close to the heavily fortified U.N. compound but otherwise there was…

The Libyan National Army (LNA), of Khalifa Haftar, has shot down a military plane loyal to the Tripoli Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Fayez al-Sarraj, Sky News Arabia reported, referencing its own source. According to the report, the plane was shot down in the area of Al-Hir, South of Tripoli. The LNA’s forces…

The number of people killed in the fighting near Tripoli in Libya reached 432 dead and 2069 wounded, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement. “Since the beginning of the armed conflict in Tripoli, 432 people have died, 2069 have been injured and more than 50,000 have been forced to flee their homes,”…

At least nine people were killed Saturday in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group targeting forces loyal to strongman Khalifa Haftar in southern Libya, officials said. IS fighters, “backed by criminal groups and mercenaries”, launched a dawn assault on a military training camp in the southern city of Sebha, which is controlled by…

The human toll has continued to rise since Marshal Haftar launched his offensive to “drive Islamist militias out of Tripoli. On Friday, May 3, 392 people were killed and 1936 wounded. This is only a provisional count, as the fighting was fierce during the night of 2 to 3 May with artillery fire and aerial…

This week, it was reported that the Libyan army (pro-Government of National Union – GNA) had shot down a Russian Orlan-10 UAV, which has not been officially delivered to that country. The incident took place in the vicinity of Sirte. As indicated on the avia.pro website, the drone was shot down by an anti-aircraft gun….