Libya… Turkish warplanes target civilians, leaving deaths in Syrian mercenaries' ranks

The Libyan army targeted foreign mercenaries in al-Aziziyah axis southwest of the capital, Tripoli, while Turkish warplanes bombed civilians west of Tripoli, in conjunction with the arrival of 10 corpses of mercenaries supported by Turkey in Libya in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

The media official of the Reserve Force of the General Command of the Libyan Army, Abu Bakr Adwish, told a newspaper for "al-Ain News" that the artillery battalion, under direct directions from Major General al-Mabrouk Sahban, targeted the movements of foreign mercenaries, southwest of the capital, Tripoli, in the Aziziyah axis.

He added, "The militias attempted to retake parts of al- Aziziyah region supported by mercenaries of African nationalities led by the militia, Osama al-Juwaili, but they were forced to retreat after targeting their artillery vanguard."

Turkish aircraft targeting civilians

On the other hand, a Libyan military source told the network that a Turkish drone had targeted civilians' homes west of the capital, Tripoli.

The source pointed out that the missiles fired by the drone struck seven civilian homes, causing damage, as well as wounding a woman and a girl northwest of the capital.

The source also indicated that shells had landed in al-Gabas gate area, near the al-Sarraj area, west of central Tripoli.

Ten corpses of Syrian mercenaries arrive in the northern countryside of Aleppo

In the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that 10 new bodies of Syrian mercenaries had reached the northern countryside of Aleppo.

The death toll of Turkish-backed mercenaries as a result of military operations in Libya reached 139 mercenaries from "Liwa al-Mu'tasim, Sultan Murad, Sokor al-Shamal , Hamzat and Suleiman Shah".

According to the Syrian Observatory, mercenaries were killed during the clashes on the axes of Salah al-Din neighborhood south of Tripoli, Ramla axis near Tripoli airport and the axis of al-Hadaba project, in addition to the battles of Misrata and other areas in Libya.

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ANHA


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