By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli/Tunis, 25 November 2014:
In addition to the latest attack on Mitiga this morning, Libyan air force planes operating . . .[restrict]out of a Zintani-controlled airbase have also bombed a Libya Dawn camp near Sabratha according to reports. It is not know if there have been any casualties.
The camp, on the coast road, is said to have been held by a brigade affiliated to the Libyan Revolutionaries’ Operations Room led by Omar Mukhtar Al-Madhuni, an Islamist who was imprisoned by the Qaddafi regime. He was reportedly captured again some weeks ago near Ajdabiya, then released.
There is also a camp west of Sabratha near Ajilat, purportedly belonging to Ansar Al-Sharia. It has not been touched so far. However, Libyan National Army (LNA) units, who finally seized all of Kikla three days ago when Libya Dawn forces pulled out, are planning to head to Ajilat in the next couple of days according to an officer at Zintan Operation Room. He also said that the LNA units were also intent on heading to Ras Jedir on the border with Tunisia to secure it. The troops would go round Zuwara, he said. As to Ghanian, he claimed, it was surrounded as was likewise being left for the time being.
Meanwhile Tripoli has been very quiet today following the latest bombing at Mitiga. “Everyone is waiting for what happens next,” a resident told the Libya Herald. [/restrict]