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Libya: Derna airstrikes could find Haftar at the Hague

Opinion Piece by Abdulkader Assad Children crying, women wailing, men choking on their tears. This was not a scene from an action movie in Hollywood, this was Monday night on October 30 in the eastern Libyan city of Derna, where airstrikes hit a residential area in Al-Fatayeh killing 20 and …

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America’s Own War Criminal In Libya

(Republished from the Huffington Post) by: Aly Abuzaakouk At the onset of the Libyan Revolution in February 2011, Colonel (General) Khalifa Haftar, who had been living comfortably in exile in suburban Virginia for two decades, returned to Libya with the blessing of the United States to finally get vengeance against Muammar …

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