ISIS assumes responsibility of attacks in Libya

ISIS fighters assumed responsibility for the suicide attacks in eastern Libya on Friday, according to social media.


Approximately 40 people lost their lives and another 70 were wounded after cars exploded.


ISIS killed and wounded all these tens of people as an answer to the attack against jihadists in Derna.


Triple bombing kills 25 in east Libya: medics

At least 25 people were killed and 30 wounded Feb. 20 in a triple bombing in an eastern Libyan town near the jihadist stronghold of Derna, medical and security sources said.
The simultaneous attacks targeted police headquarters in Al-Qoba, as well as the home of the speaker of Libya's internationally recognised parliament and a petrol station, the sources said.

Egypt's Sisi urges UN resolution for military intervention in Libya

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Feb. 17 urged the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution allowing for an international military intervention in troubled Libya.
"There is no other choice. Taking into account that the Libyan people must agree that we act to restore security and stability," Sisi said in an interview with French radio Europe 1.