Libya’s oil facilities guard location attacked by east region’s air force

A view of the Zueitina oil installation in Libya in 2013. [Photo: AFP/Getty Images] 
The warplanes of the Libyan eastern air force air-raided a location “Qalah Camp” in eastern Bani Walid, central Libya, nearby Saddada camp, where Petroleum Facilities Guard personnel are located.
The air attack left four dead and an unknown number of injuries, according to local reports and identical sources from Bani Walid.
According to the sources, the camp is operated by the Central Military Zone commander Mohammed Al-Haddad and the forces there are loyal to Tripoli’s Government of National Accord (GNA).
Eyewitnesses spoke to local media saying the warplanes took off from Al-Jufra airbase, which is run by the force of the eastern general command of the self-styled Libyan National Army.
No comment has been made yet by the Tripoli-based GNA officials.
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