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Tribal clashes in Libya kill 21

The clashes erupted on Sunday between militias from Zintan and Kekla towns. The clashes began when militiamen from the Zintan, located southwest of the capital, attacked the town of Kekla, which supports their rival Fajr Libya (Libya Dawn) armed ... Albawaba, 1 week ago
Libyan militias engage in deadly clashes Al Jazeera, 1 week ago

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Libya crisis: Militants capture Tripoli airport from Zintan fighters

Zee Media Bureau/Supriya Jha Tripoli: In a major blow to Libya's nationalist fighters from Zintan, Tripoli's International airport has been captured by Islamist-led militias of Libyan Dawn coalition (Fajr Libya), reports said Sunday. The capture of Tripoli ...
 Zee News1 month ago
MSN India

Libya airport battle kills 97

Attackers are battling to flush out former rebels from hill town of Zintan, southwest of Tripoli; rebels have controlled the airport for three years now Reuters For representative purposes Tripoli: Two weeks of fighting between militias in Libya's capital ...
 MSN India2 months ago
One India

At least 21 dead in Libya clashes: hospital

the weekend, hospital sources said today. Witnesses said nationalist militia from the hilltown of Zintan, southwest of Tripoli, attacked the neighbouring town of Kekla which supports their Islamist-led Fajr Libya (Libya Dawn) rivals. The clashes on that took ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Libyan groups strike back on Islamist militants  Yahoo! Malaysia4 weeks ago Libya's pro-secular militias strike back on Islamist militants weeks ago Islamist militants capture Libya's Tripoli airport  MSN India1 month ago

Zintanis claim plans to move towards Tripoli

By staff. 20 October 2014: A senior Zintani military source claimed today that his forces would move towards Tripoli next week. Speaking to the Libya Herald, he said that they were currently holding their positions in both the Jebel Nafusa and the ...
 Libya Herald2 days ago We have captured Kikla claims Zintan  Libya Herald1 week ago Zintan claims further advances against Gharian  Libya Herald2 weeks ago Blockaded Zintanis clash with Gharianis  Libya Herald1 month ago

Zintan's friends to laud Salah Issa

 Africa Intelligence1 week ago

East European mercenaries freed by Zintan in unexplained Moscow deal

By Hadi Fornaji. The accused in the military court The accused in the military court last year Tripoli, 8 October 2014: Much remains unclear about the release of 24 East Europeans, captured during the revolution and accused of being mercenaries ...
 Libya Herald2 weeks ago

Misrata in prisoner exchange gesture with Zintan, frees Tawerghan prisoners for Eid

By staff. Tripoli, 2 October 2014: In something of an exceptional move, arch rivals Misrata and Zintan exchanged prisoners today. Misrata also released a large number of Tawerghan and other prisoners for Eid in what is being seen as a political ...
 Libya Herald2 weeks ago

Zintan still wooing Paris

 Africa Intelligence2 weeks ago

Zintan and Warshefana forces take up positions at Azziziya

By Ajdnadin Mustafa. Tripoli, 25 September 2014: Zintan and Warshefana forces have taken up positions in Azziziya Wahrshefana military sources told the Libya Herald that the forces from the west of the country were acting on the instructions of ...
 Libya Herald3 weeks ago
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