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Armed groups defending Libya’s capital from an offensive by Egyptian and Emirati-backed warlord Khalifa Haftar have obtained drones for the first time and begun to deploy them along the front lines, a senior official told The Independent.Armed groups defending Libya’s capital from an offensive by Egyptian and Emirati-backed warlord Khalifa Haftar have obtained drones for the first time and begun to deploy them along the front lines,

Libya: UN-backed government defending capital from warlord Haftar now using drones on front lines | The Independent

“Footage recorded three days ago for #LNA units in Southern #Tripoli #Libya https://t.co/IYzUBN7Pxp”

Mohamed Mansour 🇪🇬 on Twitter: "Footage recorded three days ago for #LNA units in Southern #Tripoli #Libya… "

“A must-read by @FWehrey and @emad_badi on libyan reality behind propaganda. #Libya #Haftar #Tripoli https://t.co/vy6zMbkWW3”

francesca mannocchi on Twitter: "A must-read by @FWehrey and @emad_badi on libyan reality behind propaganda. #Libya #Haftar #Tripoli https://t.co/vy6zMbkWW3"

“#Libya: EU Foreign Affairs Council statement opens with “The LNA military attack on Tripoli and the subsequent escalation in and around the capital constitutes a threat to international peace and security and further threatens the stability of Libya.” https://t.co/IXCjgRuI2y”

Peter Millett on Twitter: "#Libya: EU Foreign Affairs Council statement opens with “The LNA military attack on Tripoli and the subsequent escalation in and around the capital constitutes a threat to international peace and security and further threatens the stability of Libya.” https://t.co/IXCjgRuI2y"

The Presidential Council has welcomed the European stance that denounced on Monday in Brussels the Tripoli offensive led by warlord Khalifa Haftar and considered it a threat to international peace and security. In a statement on Tuesday, the Presidential Council said its "European allies" were right to say that random shelling on civilians could be considered war crimes,The Presidential Council has welcomed the European stance that denounced on Monday in Brussels the Tripoli offensive led by warlord Khalifa Haftar and considered it a threat to international peace

Libya's Presidential Council hails EU rejection of Tripoli offensive | The Libya Observer

France's President Emmanuel Macron is set to meet Libya's Khalifa Haftar to push for a ceasefire and resume peace talks. Macron last week called for aFrance's President Emmanuel Macron is set to meet Libya's Khalifa Haftar to push for a ceasefire and resume peace talks. Macron last week called for a

France to host Haftar for Libya ceasefire talks

If major international players could find a common interest in a stable Libya, they might see a simple way out of the seemingly endless wars of post-Gadhafi succession, yet they continue to back opposing factions in Libya.If major international players could find a common interest in a stable Libya, they might see a simple way out of the seemingly endless wars of post-Gadhafi succession, yet they continue to back opposing factions in Libya.

Why global and regional powers aren't standing up against Hifter's Libya offensive

The persistent offensive by rogue warlord Haftar's forces is taking its heavy toll on Tripoli residents since the holy Muslim month of Ramadan began. The persistent offensive by rogue warlord Haftar's forces is taking...

Haftar's battle for Tripoli leaves Libyans without respite over R

The United Nations on Wednesday said nearly 700,000 people had been displaced as a result of clashes in and around Tripoli, the Libyan capital. UN […]The United Nations on Wednesday said nearly 700,000 people had been displaced as a result of clashes in and around Tripoli, the Libyan capital. UN spokesman, Mr Staphane Dujarric, quoted the report…

Libya conflict: 700,000 displaced — UN | P.M. News