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U.N. Libya envoy blames deadly military academy strike on Haftar ally

Reuters Monday, 6 January 2020
The United Nations Libya envoy said on Monday that a country supporting commander Khalifa Haftar's self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) was likely responsible for a deadly drone attack on a military academy in the capital Tripoli.
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News video: Dozens killed in attack on military academy in Libya's Tripoli

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Forces allied with the GNA described Saturday's attack as 'an aerial bombing' launched by their eastern rivals.

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