Libya Newslinks 24 April 2019

24 April 2019 — The New Dark Age

Terrorists in Libya try to carry out expansion to neighboring countries, Lavrov says
http://tass.com/world/1055350

Large Military Reinforcements Join the Libyan National Army in the Battle to Liberate Tripoli from Militias
https://libya360.wordpress.com/2019/04/23/large-military-reinforcements-join-the-libyan-national-army-in-the-battle-to-liberate-tripoli-from-militias/

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Libya And The Scramble For Africa By Christopher Black

14 April 2019 — New Eastern Outlook

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North Africa is in turmoil again and the cause of it can be found in the plots of the Europeans and Americans to break nations states into pieces in order to control the oil and gas producing areas of the region and in the plots of against each other. In Libya the CIA trained General Haftar has begun yet another offensive against the weak UN imposed government based in Tripoli, the Government of National Accord, whose forces are weak, which has little support among the people and which has not succeeded in restoring any of the public services, from electric power and water supply to transportation to medical, education, or other administrative systems that existed under the government of the Jamarahiya Republic destroyed by the NATO aggression of 2011.

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Military Situation In Libya On April 9, 2019 (Map Update)

10 April 2019 — South FRONT

  • Forces loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA) recaptured Tripoli Airport and Swani from the Libyan National Army (LNA). Clashes in the area are ongoing as the LNA attempts to fend off the GNA counter-attack;
  • LNA warplanes bombed a military runway of Tripoli’s Mitiga airport;
  • LNA units kicked off an offensive to enricle the city of Sirte controlled by pro-GNA forces;
  • A group of ISIS terrorists supported by 13 vehicles attacked al-Fougaha, killing 3 people who were recently freed from Ghaduwah. ISIS members also set fire to the Municipal Police HQ and three houses.

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Battlefield Libya: Fruits of US-NATO Regime Change By Tony Cartalucci

10 April 2019 — New Eastern Outlook

 Libya is back in the news, as fighting escalates around the capital, Tripoli

Forces under the control of Khalifa Haftar – a former Libyan general under the government of Muammar Qaddafi – turned opposition during the 2011 US-led NATO intervention – turned “opposition” again against the UN-backed “Government of National Accord” (GNA) seated in Tripoli – have most recently reached Tripoli’s airport.

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Libya Newslinks 9 April 2019

9 April 2019 23:20 — The New Dark Age

There may be some duplication due to cross-posting

On its 70th Birthday, NATO Trembles from Within
https://journal-neo.org/2019/04/09/on-its-70th-birthday-nato-trembles-from-within/

Libya: From the Tribes of the Central and Southern Regions
https://libya360.wordpress.com/2019/04/09/libya-from-the-tribes-of-the-central-and-southern-regions/

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Libya File – 1 9 April 2019

9 April 2019 — 

  • Haftar’s Libyan National Army gains control of Yarmuk military camp
  • Battle for Tripoli is proceeding according to the operational plan, says LNA
  • LNA declares a no-fly zone over the western Libya
  • GNA vice president resigns
  • French President, GNA Prime Minister discuss Tripoli offensive
  • France of being behind Libya’s Tripoli war, accuses EU Parliament president
  • Paris reiterates support to GNA
  • Unmanageable situation waiting
  • Libya’s only functioning airport closed
  • U.S. oil rises to highest point since Halloween

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The destroyers of Libya are now ‘for Libya’ By Manlio Dinucci

14 November 2018 — Voltaire Net

After Emmanuel Macron’s failure to solve the Libyan crisis, it’s now Giuseppe Conte’s turn to take a shot at it. It’s true that Rome is better placed than Paris, insofar as it enjoys the support of the White House. However, there is little chance that any progress of any sort will be made, since these « fairy godmothers » are in fact the big bad wolves who recently devoured Libya. Continue reading