The U.N. backed deal calls for a 17-member government, headed by businessman Fayez el-Sarraj as premier, based Libya’s capital
U.N. envoy Leon has been mediating between the Fajr Libya Islamist militia-led alliance and Libya’s internationally recognized government
The fights came after militants had seized government buildings, the local university and a state radio station
Tunisia has been dealing with its own insurgency since the 2011 revolution that toppled President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali
Both governments are backed by former rebel brigades who united to topple Qaddafi in 2011
The army says it will monitor the situation on the ground 'to prevent any change in front lines'
The United Nations announced that Libya's warring factions had agreed on a roadmap to form a unity government
An air force unit commander said war planes had hit Misrata port and an air force academy located in the western city
The strikes were in response to a renewed attempt by Fajr Libya militia to seize the key Al-Sidra oil export terminal
ISIS said it carried out the bombing
Libya Dawn, an anti-government coalition of Islamist militias, said its men were advancing on Al-Sidra oil terminal in al-Hilal region
Fajr Libya said the Islamist coalition had launched a military operation to "liberate oil fields and terminals"
Libya has two governments and parliaments vying for power
Amnesty said militias in the west showed “an utter disregard” for civilian casualties
ِAn Islamist militia coalition claimed control of Tripoli international airport after 10 day of clashes
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