The United States military launched its third air strike in Libya in a week, killing 17 Islamic State-aligned terrorists in the country’s southwest, U.S. Africa Command said Friday. The strike, which hit ISIS-Libya militants, was done in coordination with the Libyan government on Thursday, AFRICOM said. “This ongoing campaign against ISIS-Libya demonstrates that U.S. Africa…

The Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar, has launched the second phase of its offensive against the Libyan capital, Tripoli, said Ali al-Qaidi, MP for Tobruk, Libya. For the ANL, the first phase of the offensive in Tripoli has been completed. “The army (Libyan National Army) is attacking Tripoli as part of…

Clashes between the Libyan National Army and Libya’s UN-backed Government of National Accord near the country’s capital of Tripoli have left over 1,000 people killed and over 5,500 people injured over three months, the World Health Organization in Libya said on Tuesday. “As the Tripoli crisis enters its fourth month, the toll is 1048 dead,…

During the night of Tuesday, July 2 to Wednesday, July 3, at least 53 people were reportedly killed and 130 injured in an air strike in a building located in Tajoura, on the outskirts of Tripoli, where illegal migrants from Africa and the Middle East were detained. The Information was published by Reuters, with reference…

The Libyan National Army (LNA) led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar said on Friday that its air defence had shot down a drone launched by the forces of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) near Tripoli. According to the LNA headquarters, the drone was shot down in the skies above a highway leading to…

Armed clashes have resumed between the forces of the Government of National Unity (GNA) and Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s forces in the Abu Chiba region, near the town of Gharian, south of Tripoli, under the control of Haftar forces since the fighting began. According to Major General Ahmed Abu Shahamah, commander of the pro-GNA forces’ operations…

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,”…

The Libyan Air Force, led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar, fired at an ammunition depot of the armed group in Tripoli. The bombardments were intense, reported the Libyan portal Akhbar. In addition, witnesses reported that for about an hour the military aircraft flew over the city, bombarding the headquarters of the Islamic Battalion al-Nawasi located near…

The World Health Organization says 272people have been killed and 1,282 wounded in three weeks of fighting by rival governments for control of Tripoli. Earlier, 254 deaths and 1228 injuries were reported. “The number of deaths in Tripoli now stands at 272, 1,282 injured and more than 30,000 displaced. WHO and its partners are working…