Libya car bombing kills 10 unity govt fighters

Libya car bombing kills 10 unity govt fighters
Updated 17 June 2016

Libya car bombing kills 10 unity govt fighters

Libya car bombing kills 10 unity govt fighters

TRIPOLI: A suicide car bombing on Thursday killed 10 members of forces allied to Libya’s unity government who are fighting Daesh, hospital sources said.
“Ten dead and seven wounded were brought in... after a suicide attack carried out by Daesh in Abu Grein,” 130 km west of the coastal city of Sirte, said a source at the central hospital in Misrata, from where the pro-unity government forces have launched an offensive.
The forces allied to the Government of National Accord (GNA) captured the town of Abu Grein on May 17 as they advanced on Sirte, the terrorist stronghold in Libya.
Thirty-two people were killed and 50 wounded in a car-bomb attack in Abu Grein the next day targeting the forces allied with the GNA.
The military command of the anti-Daesh operation said that two other car-bombings inside Sirte itself were foiled on Thursday.