Warplanes struck overnight at a Libyan airbase that was recently recaptured by the Government of National Accord (GNA) and its Turkish backers, a military source with the Libyan National Army (LNA) and a resident nearby said on Sunday.
The Libyan National Army #LNA announced that its Air Force has destroyed Turkish #Hawk air defense systems that #Turkey had deployed in the past days at al-#Watiya Air Base, northwest of #Libya. pic.twitter.com/XcbtrZ9CUv— Faraj Aljarih 🇱🇾☮ (@FarajAljarih) July 5, 2020
Turkey withdraws troops after suffering material losses: LNA, local sources
#Libya Update: No change to front lines in past two weeks. Turkish-backed forces preparing to attack Sirte and 'Red Line' near oil fields. Egypt says may intervene if they do. Pentagon says Russian jets at Jufra. Most oil production closed by shutdown. (Map: Petroleum Economist) pic.twitter.com/xzVk1wfxaN— Chris Stephen (@reportingLibya) July 6, 2020
Watiya turning point in GNA, Turkey advance
With more audio recordings expected, find out everything you need to know about the leaked audio tapes capturing former Libyan dictator Muammar #Gaddafi and #Qatar officials and their plans to reshape the region.https://t.co/DrKg4xAUxs pic.twitter.com/AmxnhBPcgX— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) July 5, 2020