A Tobruk government official has threatened to launch attacks inside Britain and the United States if both countries carried out strikes in Libya without coordination with his government.
In an interview with the Egyptian channel On TV, Thursday, the chairman of Tobruk government’s information authority, Omer Al-Gawiri, threatened to carry out military attacks in London if Britain conducted any military operation in Libya without coordination with his government or what he called the "Libyan Army."
A fire broke out Wednesday in the CT scan room at Al-Jala Hospital in Benghazi. The room was completely damaged by the fire which was caused by a short circuit, according g to local reports.
The smoke spread to others departments of the hospital and patients had to be evacuated to Benghazi Medical Center. No casualties were reported.
The GNC warned Wednesday foreign countries involved in the recent events in the south of Libya of negative consequences.
In a statement, the GNC warned those countries, which it did not specify, against undermining the security and stability of the south, saying the Libyan state will take the necessary measures to protect its citizens and borders from the traitors and aggressors, according to the statement.
“The bloody fighting in the south is a foreign plot fuelled by specific countries that is aimed at undermining Libya’s stability.” The statement reads.
Fathi Bashagha says, as he answers the following question:
Is it true that the signing of the political agreement in Libya would make Bernardino Leon the governor of Libya?
Derna Shura Council Wednesday kicked off a large-scale military campaign against Daesh to break into the last stronghold of the terrorist group in the city.
Fighters of the Shura Council started in the early hours of the day a battle they called "Al-Nahrawan" to take control of ‘Korfat Al-Saba'h and Al-Fatayah", the last stronghold of the organization in the city.