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Thursday, 17 September 20 - 11:19

Fayez al-Sarraj resigns

ISWNews Analysis Group: The head of the Government of National Accord, Fayez al-Sarraj, announced his intention to resign in October 2020.

Thursday, 3 September 20 - 17:41

Big explosion south of Tripoli

ISWNews Analysis Group: At least 81 pro-Turkish Syrian mercenaries were allegedly killed and many others were wounded in the explosion at the GNA-held Yarmouk camp in southern Tripoli on August 31.

Sunday, 30 August 20 - 15:29

GNA: Haftar’s forces violate Libya ceasefire in Sirte

ISWNews Analysis Group: The spokesman of the GNA’s Sirte-Jufra Operations Room Abdelhadi Drah stated that Haftar’s forces violated the ceasefire regime on Thursday morning by firing over 12 Grad rockets at the GNA positions.

Tuesday, 25 August 20 - 22:46

GNA campaigns to suppress Zintan!

ISWNews Analysis Group: On August 25, Government of National Accord (GNA) sent a large military convoy to confront the supporters of the Libyan National Army (LNA) in the city of Zintan.

Saturday, 22 August 20 - 15:10

Ceasefire in Libya Again!

ISWNews Analysis Group: Government of National Accord and House of Representatives announced to be ready for a ceasefire and holding presidential election.

Sunday, 19 July 20 - 21:42

Latest Updates on Libya, 19 July 2020

1. GNA forces released images of vast armored and military vehicles being deployed to fronts Sirte and Jufrah.Spokesperson of Sirte-Jufrah operation command said that the equipment are sent for the operation of liberation of Sirte. 2. Germany, France and Italy threatened the foreign supporters of conflict sides in Libya to sanction, in a joint statement. […]

Friday, 17 July 20 - 21:53

Latest Updates on Libya, 17 July 2020

1. GNA:– Two Russian cargo planes landed in Jufrah airbase.– Russia-linked PMCs bomb blasted bridge to Jufrah and water pipe in west of the town. 2. US Africa Command:– Russia Wagner forces disrupt the ceasefire in Libya.– Russia can stop Wagner forces but does not intend to do so. 3. Sudanese forces arrested 162 people […]