Authorities in western Libya free 120 fighters loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar, the latest move towards reconciliation in a UN-backed peace process aimed at ending years of violence.
The Kani brothers took advantage of Libya's power vacuum and terrorised the town of Tarhuna with mindless butchery.
Officials say mass grave was discovered in Alrabet area of Tarhuna city, a former stronghold of warlord Haftar's militia, as political talks continue in neighbouring Tunisia.
Ankara is providing Libya military training and support as part of a memorandum of understanding signed between the two nations on security and military cooperation, says Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar.
Controversial French Jewish intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy's trip to government-run Misrata city triggers uproar amid calls for investigation.
National Oil Corporation condemns deployment of Wagner Group, Syrian and Janjaweed mercenaries in oil installations.
Libya's army shared images of military equipment in Tobruk which it said arrived from Egypt the same day the US military posted photographs of landmines used by Kremlin-backed Wagner Group in Tripoli to support Haftar.
The Government of National Accord (GNA) is “determined” to resume its offensive against warlord Haftar’s militias unless they withdrew from two strategic locations, port city of Sirte and home to an airbase Jufra, Turkish foreign minister says.
British mission in Libya said that the interruption of Libyan oil facilities has cost over $6 billion since January and damaged the oil sector’s infrastructure, adding the reports of mercenaries interfering could lead to further harm.
Nine more bodies were discovered and exhumed at a site thought to contain more remains in the town of Tarhuna, GNA forces say with authorities suspecting the presence of other potential graves as well.
Documents published by the government show the illegal seizure of state land and property by the Military Investment Committee, a shady financial authority under warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el Sisi says advances by Libya's UN-recognised unity government to strategic city of Sirte could prompt an Egyptian military intervention, a warning Tripoli-based government denounces.
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