0 Shares 371 Views

Daesh claims responsibility of attack in Libyan city of Ajdabiya

Daesh has claimed responsibility for the car bombing attacks that nine people in the northeastern Libyan city of Ajdabiya.

The attack took place on Thursday when an attacker detonated his explosives-laden vehicle at a barricade consisting of forces loyal to Libyan commander General Khalifa Haftar at the eastern exit of Ajdabiya.

The Daesh-affiliated Amaq news agency, in a statement issued on Friday said that 14 troops of General Haftar had been or wounded.

A top officer in the local security forces, General Fawzi al-Mansouri, said civilians were among those and wounded in the attack, 840 kilometers from the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

Daesh group also in October claimed responsibility for an attack on a checkpoint that two Libyan and injured three others in Ajdabiya.

You may be interested

North Korea announces to discontinue its Nuclear tests ahead of meeting with Donald Trump
World
0 shares100 views

North Korea announces to discontinue its Nuclear tests ahead of meeting with Donald Trump

Janet Mayson - Apr 21, 2018

Dramatic developments took place as the North Korea announces to shut down all of its nuclear test site, and stop its nuclear tests…

Latest Saudi airstrike kills two dozen civilians in Yemen
World
0 shares79 views

Latest Saudi airstrike kills two dozen civilians in Yemen

Janet Mayson - Apr 21, 2018

Around two dozen civilians lost their lives when the aerial attack by Saudi fighter jets launched at Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz as…

Dalit man killed for riding and owning horse in India
World
0 shares769 views

Dalit man killed for riding and owning horse in India

Janet Mayson - Apr 01, 2018

A young farmer in India belonging to country's lowest community of Dalit was beaten to death for riding and possessing his own horse.…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Most from this category