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Four killed in air strike west of Bani Walid

The Sirte Protection and Security Force spokesperson, Taha Hadid said on Wednesday, four people, unidentified, died as a result of a military aircraft targeting their car in Eshmik area in Bani Walid, denying that it was a car bomb explosion or a ground attack.

In a statement to ArraedLG, Hadid said among the dead of the attack was a leader in IS named Abd Al-Ati Al-Kiwi, who fled from Sirte during the war.

Lebikla valley west of the Eshmik area in Bani Walid witnessed from time to time suspicious movements of suspected remnants of the IS who fled from Sirte.

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