A mass grave was found in the Aziziye region in the south of the capital city in Libya, say officials. The investigation is under way.
Tunisia's defence ministry said the United States was a main partner in the effort to build the Tunisian army's operational capability.
A statement by the UN-backed government said migrants had killed a local trafficker in the town of Mizdah, near Tripoli, allegedly prompting his family to take revenge and kill the 30 migrants.
To bolster the waning confidence of warlord Khalifa Haftar, Moscow's alleged move of sending fighter jets to Libya has rekindled Washington's interest in the six-year-long conflict.
US military command for Africa releases pictures of the "fourth generation jet fighters", saying the jets to support Russian Wagner group arrived recently but did not specify when exactly.
At least 20 operatives from Australia, France, Malta, South Africa, Britain and the United States had travelled to Libya to support warlord Khalif Haftar and hit Turkish shipments to Tripoli-based UN-backed government, a new report says.
Local officials said the Russian fighters allied to the warlord Khalifa Haftar retreated with their heavy equipment from the capital to the airport of Bani Walid, a town some 150 km southeast of Tripoli.
The attack on the morning of Eid al Fitr targeted Mitiga International Airport, according to a statement by the press centre of the Libyan army-led Operation Volcano of Rage.
The GNA has with Turkish help made sudden strides in recent weeks, seizing a string of towns from warlord Khalifa Haftar's militias, capturing the strategically important Watiya airbase and destroying several of its Russian-made air defence systems.
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar assumed that Ankara’s support of the UN-recognised Tripoli government would not stand in his way. That turned out to be a miscalculation.
Mustafa al Mujie, spokesman for the government-led Burkan Al Ghadab (Volcano of Rage) Operation, said that the army forces gained control in Esabia town of southern Tripoli.
Warlord Khalifa Haftar's illegal militia announces pulling out of parts of capital Tripoli overnight, after losing control of Watiya air base to UN-backed government in western Libya.
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