Map. History of Libya conflict

31 May 2020
LNA says they killed GNA fighter from Syria in Tripoli2 week ago
LNA says they killed GNA fighter from Syria in Tripoli
2 week ago
LNA: The commander of the Second Legion, Muhammad Hindawi, was killed in Ain Zara axis near Tripoli
GNA destroyed 4 positions and targeted several LNA fighters at Hadaba project frontline in southern Tripoli
GNA Anger Volcano operation: the air force succeeded in destroying an ammunition depot, points of contact, and armed vehicles within the Watiyah base2 week ago
GNA Anger Volcano operation: the air force succeeded in destroying an ammunition depot, points of contact, and armed vehicles within the Watiyah base
3 week ago
Libya: Turkish Foreign Ministry states if LNA continues its attacks on Tripoli's Mitiga Airport & Zawiyat Al-Dahmani diplomatic district & threatens Turkish interests, LNA risk being considered a legitimate target by Turkey
Clashes between GNA and LNA in Southern Tripoli as GNA foiled LNA attempt to advance
GNA Ministry of Health: 4 dead, among them a child, and 16 wounded, due to the shelling on Tripoli yesterday.
Head of Intelligence of GNA, Major General Abdul Qadir al-Tohamy, reportedly died. According to GNA sources, he passed away of a heart attack
LNA reportedly launched offensive on the Abu Salim neighborhood of the capital, Tripoli
Clashes with light and medium weapons are reported in the southern Tripoli in Abu Salim area
GNA UAV in the sky of Tripoli, Libya
Flares launched over Salah Ad Din in southern Tripoli
Libyan gov't IL-76 5A-POL is about to land in Istanbul, Turkey. The flight appears to have originated from Mitiga, indicating the runway is probably still functional.  Libyan Airlines A330 5A-LAT is returning to Misrata instead of Tripoli, indicating it was not the damaged A3303 week ago
Libyan gov't IL-76 5A-POL is about to land in Istanbul, Turkey. The flight appears to have originated from Mitiga, indicating the runway is probably still functional. Libyan Airlines A330 5A-LAT is returning to Misrata instead of Tripoli, indicating it was not the damaged A330
3 week ago
LNA spokesman: A Turkish drone was shot down in Ain Zara, south of Tripoli
LNA targeting Salah al-Din area in southern Tripoli
Power outage at Al Hadatha area in southern Tripoli now
Photos of damage at Mitiga airport in Tripoli after over 50 rockets hit the area today3 week ago
Photos of damage at Mitiga airport in Tripoli after over 50 rockets hit the area today
Heavy clashes at Abu Salim axis in southern Tripoli
Targeting an ammunition store in Al-Hadaba, headquarters of the Military College
3 week ago
LNA air defense reportedly shot down the TB2 UAV in the Kabylia area, Ain Zara
3 week ago
Violent clashes between LNA and GNA in the Ain Zara axis in Southern Tripoli
UNSMIL: According to reports and in what has become an all too familiar but frightening spectacle, forces affiliated to the LNA bombarded Mitiga airport today as a civilian plane was preparing to depart Tripoli
UNSMIL on strikes on Mitiga: The strikes caused damage to passenger aircrafts, fuel storage facilities, firefighting trucks, the passenger lounge, and with reported civilian casualties. These horrifying attacks occur on a regular basis in close proximity to civilian neighborhoods
Operation_Volcano Rage: Three dead and 12 wounded, including 3 children, as a result of the brutal shelling of LNA on the capital today, and extensive damage to the Maitika airport, its facilities, homes, property, and vehicles of citizens in a number of the densely populated metropolis of the capital
Libya- GNA photos of aftermath of LNA shelling of Mitiga Airport in Tripoli, which hit fuel tanks and caused extensive damage, including to an Airbus A320 & A330 aircrafts.  According to the GNA, the LNA fired approx 80 rockets on the area3 week ago
Libya- GNA photos of aftermath of LNA shelling of Mitiga Airport in Tripoli, which hit fuel tanks and caused extensive damage, including to an Airbus A320 & A330 aircrafts. According to the GNA, the LNA fired approx 80 rockets on the area
Damage in Tripoli after heavy shelling
Rockets count so far on Tripoli today ~ 80 Mitiga Airport (soug eljumah) ~ 40 abusalim resdential area ~ 10 Swani commercial area - Kremia ~ 10 Badri residential area ~ 5 Fernaj Zanata resedential area
3 week ago
GNA Forces are preparing to make a third attempt to capture Al-Watyah Airbase soon,with GNA Reinforcements arriving to the fronts close to Al-Watyah Airbase
3 week ago
GNA army spokesman,Colonel Pilot Qanunu: The Air Force carried out 6 air strikes inside and around the Alwittia Air base and the roads of supply,targeting military vehicles
LNA targets the Amaitaqa International Airport in the capital, Tripoli
Media Advisor of GNAs Ministry of Health Amin Al Hashemi, admitted the story he announced on Friday of a missile strike by the LNA that had killed a family in Ain Zara at breakfast was fake. The fake news was carried by @AlJazeera and GNA media
Israel's ambassador to UN tells @Jerusalem_Post: "The Iranian government continues to transfer advanced weaponry illicitly throughout the region, including the presence of advanced Iranian-manufactured system on Libyan soil."
Once again full house at Libya Benghazi Benina International Airport, 08 May 2020. These may well be Ilyushin Il-76 freighters and *may.* be: 5A-DRS, UR-CMD, UP-I7651 and UP-I7656. (These 4 were recently pictured in Libya or last tracked flying into Libya.)
Shells fall in the Bab Bin Ghashir area of Tripoli and one civilian reportedly killed3 week ago
Shells fall in the Bab Bin Ghashir area of Tripoli and one civilian reportedly killed
One of the aircraft caught fire inside Maitiqa International Airport as a result of the bombing by LNA
LNA bombed warehouses at Mitiga airport
Heavy missile strikes on Matiga airport in Tripoli, after air strikes around the Al-Wattia base
32 rockets fired on Tripoli this morning
Photo showing purportedly new Pantsir S-1/SA-22 Greyhound with LNA3 week ago
Photo showing purportedly new Pantsir S-1/SA-22 Greyhound with LNA
3 week ago
LNA aircraft strikes the missile launchers in the nature reserve in the Maslata area.
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