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Libya's Air Force Says it Could Bomb Misrata Airport
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Libya's Air Force Says it Could Bomb Misrata Airport

The Libyan Army could launch an airstrike atthe Misrata International Airport, which also acts asan air base and training center forthe Libyan Air Force, if the rebels operating inthe region do not surrender, Chief ofthe Libyan Air Force Saqr ... Libya News Today, 1 week ago
Libya Air Force Says it Could Bomb Misrata Airport, 1 week ago

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Tobruk government rejects UN demand to stop bombing

There were several earlier attacks on Mitiga airport, the sole functioning airport in Tripoli. Prime Minister Al-Thinnin, refused to call a halt to the strikes even when asked to do so by the UN envoy trying to arrange talks and an end to the ...
 Digital Journal2 weeks ago Libyan air force behind Tripoli strikes: Thinni  Oman Tribune4 weeks ago Libyan PM says government responsible for bombing Tripoli airport  Reuters Africa4 weeks ago Good Luck Getting Out of Tripoli: Last Airport Bombed  NBCNews.com4 weeks ago

Libyan air base closed after violence

Tripoli - Deadly fighting between Islamist militias and forces backed by Libya's internationally recognised government on Sunday forced the closure of an airport in eastern Tripoli, military sources said. Four people were killed and 10 wounded ...
 IOL1 month ago Four killed in Libya clashes around Tripoli airport  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Tripoli's Mitiga Airport shutdown after fierce fighting  Airport Technology1 month ago Four killed in clashes around Tripoli airport  i24news1 month ago
Army Technology

HRW claims new landmine use at Tripoli International Airport

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has found credible evidence that indicates the use of anti-personnel landmines during the recent armed conflict involving the Zintan alliance and the Libya Dawn alliance at Tripoli International Airport, Libya. The ...
 Army Technology1 month ago Human Rights Watch Uncovers New Evidence of Landmine Use in Tripoli  RIA Novosti1 month ago Libya: Evidence of New Landmine Use in Tripoli  Human Rights Watch1 month ago Evidence of new landmine use in Tripoli  MaltaToday1 month ago
IndiaTV News


TRIPOLI, Nov 25 (NNN-XINHUA) -- The Libyan national army's warplanes have bombed Mitiga airport in Tripoli, causing all internal and international flights to be suspended, according to military sources. The airstrikes on the crucial air hub were ...
 NAM News Network4 weeks ago Libyan warplanes strike Mitiga airport in Tripoli  Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago Libyan warplanes bomb Mitiga airport in Tripoli month ago XINHUA - Libyan warplanes bomb Mitiga airport in Tripoli  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago
Malay Mail

Libyan Airlines banned from EU skies

Bullet holes are seen on the fuselage of a Libyan Airlines' Airbus A320 airplane at Tripoli international airport in the Libyan capital on July 14, 2014. — AFP pic BRUSSELS, Dec 11 — The EU barred all Libyan airlines from European airspace today ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago LIBYAN AIRLINES BANNED FROM EU AIRSPACE  Libya Business Info2 days ago European Union bans all Libyan airlines, citing safety risk  Los Angeles Times1 week ago

No: 363, 26 November 2014, Press Release Regarding the Air Strikes Carried Out on the Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli

We strongly condemn the air strikes carried out on the Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli on 24 and 25 November 2014. These attacks are further aggravating existing problems and the conflict situation in Libya, and also hampers efforts towards ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago Unidentified jet strikes Libya airport  Nigeria Punch1 month ago
Gulf Times

Libya's rival ruler could complicate peace talks

Mohamed Al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview in Tripoli. — Reuters TRIPOLI — Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make ...
 Saudi Gazette3 weeks ago Libya's rival ruler could ban UN envoy, complicating peace talks weeks ago Oil tussle risks break-up of Libya, says rival PM  Gulf Times3 weeks ago Libya's oil struggle could break up country  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
Middle East Eye

Tripoli's second airport bombed, reports

Tripoli's Mitiga airport has been hit by an airstrike shortly before 5pm local time (04.00 GMT) according to local media and eye witnesses. Mitiga Airport has diverted all air traffic to Misrata airport. According to local daily Libya Herald, no ...
 Middle East Eye1 month ago Airport closes in fierce fighting  Inner City Gazette1 month ago Libya airport closed in face of armed clashes  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Armed clashes shut down Tripoli airport  Arab News1 month ago

Libya Launches Airstrikes on Islamist Targets Near Tripoli Airport

MOSCOW, December 4 (Sputnik)— Libya launched a bombing campaign againstarmed extremist groups inthe vicinity ofTripoli International Airport, Libyan Air Force Chief ofStaff Saqr Geroushi told Sputnik Thursday. "Our Air Force attacked the ...
 RIA Novosti2 weeks ago
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