Libyan rebels destroy Turkey’s smuggler ship

Libyan rebels destroy Turkey’s smuggler ship

Tripoli: The Haftar rebels executed the biggest operation to date. The Haftar rebels destroyed a Turkish ship, docked in the Tripoli port, carrying weapons for the Sarraj government, with a rocket attack. The Libyan rebels posted information and photographs regarding the incident on social media. Meanwhile, the European Union has announced a ban on arms […]

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Airstrikes on Military Academy in Libya’s Tripoli kills 30, injures 33 people

Airstrikes on Military Academy in Libya’s Tripoli kills 30, injures 33 people

Tripoli: An airstrike on the Military Academy in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, on Saturday night killed 33 people. The Libyan government has held Haftar’s rebels responsible for the attack. On the other hand, the insurgents counter alleged saying that they did not have any connection whatsoever with the attack while the Libyan government and […]

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Libyan rebels declare Tripoli as no-fly-zone

Libyan rebels declare Tripoli as no-fly-zone

Cairo: The rebels fighting the forces of Prime Minister Sarraj, to take over power in Libya have imposed no-fly-zone over capital Tripoli. This announcement of the Libyan rebels is being taken very seriously. The US and Italian drones, patrolling in the Tripoli airspace, had suddenly disappeared. The Syrian rebels declared the no-fly-zone after that. General […]

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Fierce conflict between the Libyan government and rebels, more than 100 soldiers of the Libyan military killed

Fierce conflict between the Libyan government and rebels, more than 100 soldiers of the Libyan military killed

Tripoli: More than 100 soldiers of the Libyan military were killed in the ongoing conflict between the government forces and the rebels for control over capital Tripoli. An Arabic magazine claimed that the Libyan military is being led by Turkey. A few days ago, it was reported that Turkish mercenaries were assisting the Libyan military. […]

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345 killed in the conflict between government and rebels in Libya; concerns over the threat to oil production raised

345 killed in the conflict between government and rebels in Libya; concerns over the threat to oil production raised

Tripoli: 345 people have been killed in the ongoing conflict that broke out a month ago between the rebels and government forces to take over the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Since the last few days Tripoli has been pounded with airstrikes, and the Libyan government accused the fighter jets from Arab nations for these attacks. […]

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Libyan capital rocked with airstrikes and explosions; more than 30,000 civilians displaced

Libyan capital rocked with airstrikes and explosions; more than 30,000 civilians displaced

Tripoli: 233 people were killed and more than 1,000 injured, in the conflict over the Libyan capital of Tripoli, which continued through the night. Reports are being received of the airstrikes and mortar attacks, carried out by the rebels, in the southern part of Tripoli. The Libyan government, as well as the rebels, have rejected […]

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Political developments gain momentum in Libya, despite a fierce conflict

Political developments gain momentum in Libya, despite a fierce conflict

Tripoli: The number of victims in the Libyan conflict, has crossed 150 and the rebels have intensified their air attacks on capital Tripoli. In retaliation, the government forces have shot down a rebel fighter jet. Therefore, there is a possibility of the conflict intensifying further, in capital Tripoli. Rebel leader General Khalifa Haftar visited Egypt […]

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Libya war claims 121 lives; Anti-government rebels attack schools

Libya war claims 121 lives; Anti-government rebels attack schools

Tripoli/Moscow: 121 people have been killed while 561 grievously injured, in the conflict raging between the government and the rebels near the Libyan capital of Tripoli since the last ten days. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has made a claim and warned that the situation in Libya might worsen. The rebels under the leadership of […]

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