The spokesman for the Libyan Army under the command of the Government of National Accord Mohammed Gununu said Friday that Air Force strikes in Sirte-Jufra operations zone had killed over 25 militia fighters and mercenaries from Janjaweed under the command of Khalifa Haftar.
Gununu said in a press conference that one of the airstrikes hit a gathering of Haftar’s militias in the vicinity of Al-Wishka, in addition to a military vehicle that was destroyed and all fighters onboard were killed.
Gununu said another airstrike targeted the residence of Haftar’s militias in Al-Wishka and an armored vehicle loaded with ammunition with three fighters onboard, including a senior leader at Fawar Emrah.
The Libyan Army spokesman added that other airstrikes hit two military vehicles with eight Janjaweed mercenaries onboard, in addition to a fuel truck at Emrah Reserve area.
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