Libyan forces kill an ISIS Tunisian leader Abu Zainab, seize ISIS media studio in Sirte
The Libyan forces, the Misurata-led forces appointed under the command of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous military operation of the UN-backed Government of National Accord, have disclosed that an ISIS Tunisian leader called Abu Zainab Al-Tunisi was killed when they took control of Neighbourhood 700 days ago.
They also announced that they had taken control of a studio used by ISIS as a media center.
The Libyan forces added that they found inside the studio a number of voice recording devices, cameras, and other media production devices, which were apparently being used by the terrorists to shoot their criminal acts and then publish them on social media.
Meanwhile, the Libyan forces gained most of the city of Sirte and killed most of the ISIS militants in the city as they advanced in all frontlines, pinning ISIS down to only Ouagadougou Halls Compound as the terrorists’ last hideout.
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