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Eastern Libyan warplane crashes in southern Tripoli: military sources

Reuters Sunday, 14 April 2019
An eastern Libyan warplane crashed on Sunday in southern Tripoli, military sources said.
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News video: Fighting Rages Between LNA Forces and Militias in South Tripoli

Fighting Rages Between LNA Forces and Militias in South Tripoli 02:13

Heavy fighting between the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Khalifa Haftar, and militias loyal to the country’s Tripoli-based interim government was reported by local sources in south Tripoli on April 11.This footage was shared on April 10 by a media group affiliated with the LNA. The group...

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