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US Warns of Potential ISIS Regrouping in Libya

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) The US Department of State is “watching very carefully” for any regrouping of ISIS militants outside of Sirte. The terrorist group moved into Sirte, which had a population of 80,000, in 2015 and managed to establish a stronghold in the coastal city. ISIS had aims …

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France Gives GNA Its Full Support

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) France will be providing the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) with its full support in its fight to combat militants. “There are still some terrorist groups in Libya which must be hunted down and neutralized,” said President Francois Hollande after meeting the Libyan Prime …

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PFG Attempt to Take Back Sidra and Ras Lanuf Oil Ports

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff) Clashes between rival militias broke out over the weekend over the control of Libya’s main crude oil ports, causing an oil shipment to be delayed, said a Libyan official. Libya’s fragile state has left it exposed to a constant stream of unexpected attacks, jeopardizing whatever …

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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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