Operation Dignity air-raids Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous positions in Hun town
The fighter aircraft of Khalifa Haftar-led Operation Dignity carried out airstrikes on different locations for the brigades of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous in Hun and Sokna towns, Al-Jufra city in central Libya.
The very early attacks on Tuesday were confirmed by a tweet for the Spokesman of the Operation Dignity, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, who said that the airstrikes led to a great damage in the personnel and vehicles for whom he described as “terrorists.”
Operation Dignity calls all of its opponents terrorists and other names related to terrorism, like Al-Qaeda and IS.
On his Twitter, Al-Mesmari also said that their forces clashed with the security forces of Al-Busaifi military camp in Sabha and finally seized control of it with 7 military vehicles and captured 3 fighters and what he described as the group’s “Prince.”
Conflicting news is being reported about the clashes in Sabha between the Sabha security forces and the forces of Khalifa Haftar’s Operation Dignity around Al-Busaifi military camp, with no clear report about the results of those clashes.
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