By Libya Herald reporters.
Tripoli, 28 February 2016:
As Sabrathan forces paraded this evening in the town’s Liberation Square, operations were continuing for . . .[restrict]a seventh day to flush out IS fighters. The Sabratha media centre expressed annoyance at reports from the authorities in Tripoli, that the fighting was over.
The centre also denied that the body of Tunisian terrorist, Noureddine Chouchane, the target of the US air strike nine days ago, had been stolen from the hospital morgue. It said it was still in a fridge. The centre did not however spell out if this was the body of the man killed on Friday, who was believed to resemble Chouchane, or the remains of the terrorist taken from the ruins made by the US warplanes.
There was also a denial that forces in Sabratha had fallen out with each other. Everyone was working together to cleanse the town of terrorists.
In operations today, two IS suspects, uncle and nephew Yusuf and Ahmad Yahya were arrested in what was described as a safe house, at a farm to the south of the town. There are unconfirmed reports that a captured IS suspect has been giving details of terrorist safe houses. [/restrict]