ISWNews Analysis Group: The Libya National Army’s operation (led by General Haftar) in western and northwestern part of the country is continuinging and Thursday evening, General Haftar ordered its forces to march to Tripoli.
Libya’s Army under command of General Khalifah Haftar advances again and captured Qatrun and surrounding villages such as Al Bakhi and Madrusah.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Following Libya National Army operation under commanding of General Haftar in southwest of Libya captured towns Traghen, Zaytuna, Fanqul, Uwaynat and important border city of Ghat.
Libyan Air Force announced that landing at & takeoff from airports and airstrips in southern Libya is forbidden unless Authorized by LAF ops room.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Libyan National Army under command of General Haftar reclaimed Obari, Al Shararah oilfield and Morzuq area in southwest of Libya.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Following the Government of National Accord forces retreat, Libyan National Army forces (Al Karamah), who follow General Haftar, took full control of Sabha in western half of Libya.
The second review of changes and currents involved in Libya, addressed the issues in a more detailed manner, to make you have a brighter view of the last state of this country.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Al-Karamah forces under command of general Haftar are capturing Dernah city after one month military operation.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: The forces of al-Karamat which are under the command of General Khalifah Haftar, after transporting their logistics to countryside of Darnah, started their operation to gain control over this city.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: After endless rumors of Khalifa Haftar death, eventually he returned to Benghazi .
A car bomb hit the Syedi Khalifa area in Libya’s Benghazi. Faraj Al-Gaem, deputy internal affairs minister of the current Tobruk-based government was a target of the attack. He survived the blast. However, several people were killed and wounded in the attack.