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ISIS Attacks Libyan Checkpoint in Sirte with Two Car Bombs

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) Ten Government of National Accord (GNA) troops were killed on Thursday after two car bombs exploded. The attack was committed by ISIS suicide bombers in a desperate attempt to hold their position in Sirte, the extremist group’s only stronghold in Africa. Ahmed Hadia, a spokesperson …

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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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Libya Already Preparing for Post-Victory in Sirte

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) Post victory talks among Libyan officials are already taking place as the Libyans announce the appointment of a military governor to administer Sirte, once their forces are victorious against ISIS. Colonel Mohamed Al-Ghasrie said, “our forces will nominate a leader. He might rule for a …

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GNA Troops Continue to Liberate Sirte From ISIS

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) On Tuesday, Libyan forces loyal to the UN-backed unity government in Tripoli said that the last districts in central Sirte, where ISIS fighters were hiding, are now under their control. Libyan forces have been battling against ISIS since May and have recently made significant gains …

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Sirte Could be Just the Beginning for ISIS in Africa

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) Libyan forces have been making significant advancements against ISIS in Sirte as a result of support from the US who have led an airstrike campaign that began earlier this month. ISIS has since been desperate to establish a new base, and there are reports that …

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Denmark Willing to Destroy Chemical Weapons in Libya

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) On Monday, Denmark announced it is prepared to offer its support to an international operation intended to rid Libya of chemical weapons. The Danish government said it is ready to send a container vessel, a support ship and 200 staff to rid Libya of chemical weapons. …

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