Aftermath of an air strike on Libya migrant centre | AFP

Aftermath of an air strike on a detention centre in Tajoura, a Tripoli suburb, that killed more than 40 migrants and injured many. Tuesday night’s strike left a hole around three metres (10 feet) in diameter at the centre of the hangar, surrounded by debris ripped from the metal structure by the force of the blast.

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Airstrike hits detention center in Libya

An airstike hit a migrant detention center near the capital city of Tripoli, killing at elast 40 people. Libyan government blames the self-styled Libyan National Army (July 3)

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Car drifters put on a show in Tripoli

A group of Libyan car drifters gather in an empty parking lot near Tripoli’s Martyrs Square during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, to show off their drifting skills while dozens of spectators attend the nightly car show that typically starts after midnight and ends shortly before Souhour (the last meal before the start of the fast).

Libya: Macron meets Sarraj amid tensions over Tripoli assault

French President Emmanuel Macron meets Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, who has accused Paris of supporting his rival and tacitly backing his assault on Tripoli, a presidential source says. IMAGES

Libyan journalists protest against abduction of colleagues

Libyan journalists protest in Tripoli against the abduction of Mohammed Al-Qurij and Mohammed Al-Shebani, who work for Libya’s Al-Ahrar TV and have been kidnapped by an armed group said to be loyal to Khalifa Haftar.

War on the phone front: combat game all the rage in Libya

Fighters loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA) use the mobile game PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) as a way to train themselves in Tripoli before heading to the front line to fight the forces loyal to Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar.

On the frontline: Bullets fly as battle for Tripoli continues

Militias loosely affiliated with a weak UN-backed government were on Sunday defending Tripoli from the self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter.
More than 120 people have been killed since the Libyan commander launched an assault on the capital 10 days ago, igniting clashes with rival militias, the UN health agency said Sunday.
The World Health Organisation said 121 people have been killed in the fighting and another 561 have been wounded.
It did not specify whether they were fighters or civilians.


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