Al-Saeqa forces lost 77 fighters over the last four months
The special forces, Al-Saeqa, announced that they lost 25 fighters in Benghazi clashes in April only to make the total of fighters killed from Al-Saeqa over the last four months 77.
Spokesman of the special forces, Miloud Al-Zway, said that the special forces had 93 injured fighters in one month during clashes in the cement factory, Al-Hiwari, Al-Gwarsha, and Garyounis.
Last March, the killed special forces fighters reached 15, while 55 others were wounded. In February, however, Al-Saeqa lost 30 fighters and had 36 others suffering different injuries. Finally, in January, they only lost seven fighters and had 10 injured fighters.
Al-Saeqa special forces are fighting alongside Dignity Operation (Karama) in Benghazi, which has been on continuous fight between Karama and Benghazi Shura Council since mid October, 2014
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