Paris says its missiles found on Haftar base in Libya

Map. History of Libya conflict

19 July 2019
The European Union calls on the Libyan authorities to release refugees and migrants in the camps
LNA shelling targeting area of airport road1 week ago
LNA shelling targeting area of airport road
Smoke rises as shell hit a house on the airport road1 week ago
Smoke rises as shell hit a house on the airport road
US Assistant Secretary of State in a hearing at the Senate: Missiles found in Libya were sold by the US to France not to the UAE
Information collected by the US govt (including serial numbers) on Javelin missiles that were recently discovered in a camp belonging to Haftar's forces in Libya, indicate the missiles were part of a set that was sold to France, US officials tell CNN. Confirms the NY Times report
MSF: 90 people intercepted at sea by the EU supported Libyan Coast Guard have been returned to Tajoura detention center last night, in the same place that has been hit twice and partly destroyed a week ago in an airstrike that killed over 60 and wounded 70
Libya Water Resources Authority announces the start of the flow of water to the neighborhoods of the capital Tripoli
Libya- some more photos of the inerttraining SNORA rocket found by GNA in Tripoli
Libya's Interior Ministry releases 350 migrants from airstrike-hit Tajoura center
Paris says its missiles found on Haftar base in Libya
Libya : New York Times says 4 US-made javelin missiles captured in Libya were sold to France.
Fire rises from the police high school opposite the passport building in the Tagsat area in Gharyan, explosions of ammunition audible after LNA Air Force raid1 week ago
Fire rises from the police high school opposite the passport building in the Tagsat area in Gharyan, explosions of ammunition audible after LNA Air Force raid
LNA air strike targeted area of police station in Tagazat in Gharyan1 week ago
LNA air strike targeted area of police station in Tagazat in Gharyan
LNA airstrikes targeting GNA forces in Gharyan1 week ago
LNA airstrikes targeting GNA forces in Gharyan
General Electricity: An armed group attacked yesterday the alternating station in Al-Harsha, and fired inside the station to protest the electricity service
1 week ago
Six Turkish sailors return from Libya after their release
1 week ago
44 immigrants rescued off the coast of Libya
1 week ago
Commander of the Joint Operations Room: The cessation of air traffic at Beni-Walid airport is complete and it must be evacuated immediately.
Electricity Company: The return of two units at the Zawiyah station to the service after blackout for hours
Head of Media Center of of the General Electricity Company in Libya Mohammed Al-Tukuri to February TV: Total blackout hits southern Libya as Al-Zawiya power plant goes off network
Matiqa International: A plane and three "African airlines" personnel were injured as a result of shelling
Mitiga Airport resumes operations following rocket attack
1 week ago
Heavy clashes renewed in southern Tripoli front lines of Yarmouk, El-Sbeaa, Kazirmah and Ahiya Baria
Through desert roads, LNA sends a second wave of military convoys to south Tripoli front lines1 week ago
Through desert roads, LNA sends a second "wave of military convoys" to south Tripoli front lines
Ukranian Cargo Alfa Air Ilyushin IL-76TD UR-COZ heading Tripoli Libya from Ankara
1 week ago
Erdogan discusses with Al-Siraj the latest developments in Libya at the Dolma Palace in Istanbul
The United Nations Security Council condemns the targeting of the center for sheltering illegal immigrants in Tajoura and confirms that the bombing was an air strike and not a mortar attack, as claimed by Al-Karama media, calling for an urgent ceasefire in Libya.
The two Russians arrested in Libya for trying to influence elections worked for an "NGO" called "Foundation for the Defence of National Values." One is the "head of the foundation's field research group", Maxim Shugaley.
Libyan security forces arrested two Russian nationals accused of trying to influence upcoming elections in the North African oil-exporter, according to a document obtained by Bloomberg. Laptops and memory sticks found with the suspects showed that they worked for a company that 'specializes in influencing elections that are to be held in several African states'
Death toll since the start of Haftar campaign on Tripoli rises to 1,000: WHO
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