The head of Libya’s Presidential Council, Mohamed Menfi, chaired a meeting with Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, Interior Minister Imad Trabelsi, the Chief of Staff of western Libya’s military forces, Mohamed Haddad, and other military officials to discuss the security situation in the western region, especially along the coast and around the city of Zawiya, according to a statement by the council.
Deputy chairman of the Libyan Presidential Council, Abdullah al Lafi, met with the Chief of Staff of the Libyan Armed Forces headed by the Government of National Unity of Tripoli (GUN), General Mohamad al Haddad, to follow up the implementation of the anti-crime aimed at putting an end to the presence of illegal armed groups in the coastal city of Zawiya, in the north-west of the country.
Libyan security forces said Sunday they had deployed in Zawiya after battles between armed groups in the western city left three people dead including two civilians, according to medics.
The Zawiya University Student Union has announced the suspension of classes on Thursday in all colleges in the city due…
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Libya Crimes Watch, a non-governmental organizations, said on Tuesday that it holds the Government of National Unity, led by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, responsible for the violent clashes that took place Sunday night and continued until Monday morning in the Libyan city of Zawiya.
Armed groups in Zawiya, a city in northwestern Libya, ceased fighting after clashes erupted overnight causing the death of four people, according to the Ambulance and Emergency Service.
Four people were killed following clashes between two armed groups in Zawiya, a city in northwestern Libya, according to a statement by the Ambulance and Emergency Service on Monday.
Four people were killed while 13 others, mostly civilians, were injured as a result of clashes that broke out overnight in the city of Zawiya, in northwestern Libya.
A total of 84 migrants of different nationalities have been intercepted by the Libyan Coast Guard off the coast of the city of Zawiya on Sunday, according to a statement by the coastal authorities.