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Air force officer killed in Libya

Oct 24 2013, 8:04am CDT | by IANS

Tripoli, Oct 24 (IANS) A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Tripoli, Oct 24 — A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation...

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Air force officer killed in Libya

Oct 24 2013, 8:04am CDT | by IANS

Tripoli, Oct 24 (IANS) A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Tripoli, Oct 24 — A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Zaidi said the assailants shot Col. Adel Khalil Ataiwahani as he was leaving his home in Benghazi, adding the murder of Ataiwahani is the latest in a series of deadly attacks on members of the air force in the eastern Libyan city.

Unidentified gunmen Wednesday killed a security officer and a former political prisoner during Gaddafi's regime, who had announced Monday the arrest of "a terror cell" affiliated with the former regime. Osama Faitouri Ali was shot in the head in the Almajora area.

Three men from the security forces assigned to protect the barracks of battalion Garyounis February 17 were injured in an explosive attack during morning prayers Wednesday.

Zaidi said that unknown assailants threw explosive material at the gate of Garyounis 17 headquarters, leaving three people injured, one seriously.

Since the end of the eight-month fighting during the February uprising in 2011, the city of Benghazi, which was the catalyst for the protests which led to the overthrow of the Gaddafi regime, has seen growing instability and violence.

The security situation has deteriorated, especially after the infamous attack on the US diplomatic mission in the city in September 2012 which resulted in the death of the American ambassador and three other staff members.

Security officers as well as political activists report kidnappings and murders happen regularly and have left a death toll of at least 100.

Two years after the National Transitional Council declared the liberation of Libya from the Gaddafi regime, the interim Libyan government still struggles to control the spread of weapons and militias.

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan recently called for NATO support to help implement a security strategy.

NATO announced Tuesday that an advisory team will soon be set up in Libya to assist the war-torn North African country address the growing insecurity.

IANS

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More heavy fighting in Libya's Benghazi, death toll rises to 130

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U.S. intelligence is helping French forces monitor al-Qaeda weapons deliveries from Libya to the Sahel region in Africa. A top French military official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to discuss the matter publicly, told the Associated Press that in the upcoming weeks, France will dispatch some of its troops to the Sahel region towards the Libya-Niger border, a lawless area overrun by Islamic jihadists.  U.S. intelligenc ...
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In Benghazi, Libya's army liberates a ghost town

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Benghazi victim's mom: Son's death preventable

Oct 9 2014 10:01pm CDT | Source: WND

(Fox News) The mother of a former Navy SEAL killed in the Benghazi attack two years ago told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Wednesday that she believes her son’s death “could have been prevented.” Barbara Doherty, the mother of Glen Doherty, said on “On the Record” that confusion has surrounded her son’s death from the beginning, and she’s still not sure exactly what happened at the U.S. compound in Libya on Sept. 11, 2012. The scandal may have been cover ...
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(Center for Vision and Values) — Two years ago, I wrote about a scandalous presidential reality. I’d say I’m shocked to report that the scandal continues, but I’m not. And that’s even more scandalous. In October 2012, I commented on the revelation that President Obama had been absent from the vast majority of his daily intelligence briefings. According to a then-study by the Government Accountability Ins ...
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Sep 29 2014 9:40am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

With the Islamic State’s rise, Libya’s slide back into civil war, and the conflict brewing between Ukraine and Russia, there’s plenty to fear these days. Maybe you’ve always believed you could count on the US military to protect you from dangers like those, and that makes you feel safe. As a college student and a resident of Philadelphia, a city threatened by sea level rise, I’m more concerned about a threat that military force can’t fix and will grow more acute during my lifetime. Namely, cl ...
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Making Windmills Out of Warplanes

Sep 29 2014 9:40am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

With the Islamic State’s rise, Libya’s slide back into civil war, and the conflict brewing between Ukraine and Russia, there’s plenty to fear these days. Maybe you’ve always believed you could count on the US military to protect you from dangers like those, and that makes you feel safe. As a college student and a resident of Philadelphia, a city threatened by sea level rise, I’m more concerned about a t ...
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5 weeks ago

UN convoy into western Libya delivers food and relief supplies to displaced people

Sep 21 2014 7:00pm CDT | Source: UN High Commission on Refugees

RAS JEDIR, Tunisia - A convoy from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) loaded with food and humanitarian supplies arrived Saturday in western Libya to help thousands.. ...
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Anti-Hillary Clinton PAC launches ad campaign to coincide with Benghazi hearing

Sep 17 2014 4:00am CDT | Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post

Stop Hillary PAC, a organization that says it was formed to prevent Hillary Rodham Clinton from becoming president, launched an ad campaign Wednesday criticizing the former secretary of state as a special House committee prepares to hold its first hearing on the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Read ...
Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post   Full article at: Post Politics: - The Washington Post
 

 
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Air force officer killed in Libya
Photo Credit: , Getty Images

Air force officer killed in Libya

Oct 24 2013, 8:04am CDT | by IANS

Tripoli, Oct 24 (IANS) A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Tripoli, Oct 24 — A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation...

Filed under: news

YouTube Videos

 
 
 

1 year ago

Air force officer killed in Libya

Oct 24 2013, 8:04am CDT | by IANS

Tripoli, Oct 24 (IANS) A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Tripoli, Oct 24 — A senior officer of the Libyan Air Force was killed by unidentified assailants in the eastern city of Benghazi Thursday morning, Abdullah Zaidi, a spokesman of the joint operation security room for the city, told Xinhua.

Zaidi said the assailants shot Col. Adel Khalil Ataiwahani as he was leaving his home in Benghazi, adding the murder of Ataiwahani is the latest in a series of deadly attacks on members of the air force in the eastern Libyan city.

Unidentified gunmen Wednesday killed a security officer and a former political prisoner during Gaddafi's regime, who had announced Monday the arrest of "a terror cell" affiliated with the former regime. Osama Faitouri Ali was shot in the head in the Almajora area.

Three men from the security forces assigned to protect the barracks of battalion Garyounis February 17 were injured in an explosive attack during morning prayers Wednesday.

Zaidi said that unknown assailants threw explosive material at the gate of Garyounis 17 headquarters, leaving three people injured, one seriously.

Since the end of the eight-month fighting during the February uprising in 2011, the city of Benghazi, which was the catalyst for the protests which led to the overthrow of the Gaddafi regime, has seen growing instability and violence.

The security situation has deteriorated, especially after the infamous attack on the US diplomatic mission in the city in September 2012 which resulted in the death of the American ambassador and three other staff members.

Security officers as well as political activists report kidnappings and murders happen regularly and have left a death toll of at least 100.

Two years after the National Transitional Council declared the liberation of Libya from the Gaddafi regime, the interim Libyan government still struggles to control the spread of weapons and militias.

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan recently called for NATO support to help implement a security strategy.

NATO announced Tuesday that an advisory team will soon be set up in Libya to assist the war-torn North African country address the growing insecurity.

IANS

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1 day ago

More heavy fighting in Libya's Benghazi, death toll rises to 130

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By Ayman al-Warfalli BENGHAZI Libya (Reuters) - Heavy fighting flared on Sunday between Libya's army and Islamist ...
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US Helping France Monitor Al-Qaeda Arms Shipments from Libya to Africa's Sahel Region

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U.S. intelligence is helping French forces monitor al-Qaeda weapons deliveries from Libya to the Sahel region in Africa. A top French military official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to discuss the matter publicly, told the Associated Press that in the upcoming weeks, France will dispatch some of its troops to the Sahel region towards the Libya-Niger border, a lawless area overrun by Islamic jihadists.  U.S. intelligenc ...
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6 days ago

In Benghazi, Libya's army liberates a ghost town

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4 weeks ago

Making Windmills Out of Warplanes

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With the Islamic State’s rise, Libya’s slide back into civil war, and the conflict brewing between Ukraine and Russia, there’s plenty to fear these days. Maybe you’ve always believed you could count on the US military to protect you from dangers like those, and that makes you feel safe. As a college student and a resident of Philadelphia, a city threatened by sea level rise, I’m more concerned about a threat that military force can’t fix and will grow more acute during my lifetime. Namely, cl ...
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4 weeks ago

Making Windmills Out of Warplanes

Sep 29 2014 9:40am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

With the Islamic State’s rise, Libya’s slide back into civil war, and the conflict brewing between Ukraine and Russia, there’s plenty to fear these days. Maybe you’ve always believed you could count on the US military to protect you from dangers like those, and that makes you feel safe. As a college student and a resident of Philadelphia, a city threatened by sea level rise, I’m more concerned about a t ...
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3

5 weeks ago

UN convoy into western Libya delivers food and relief supplies to displaced people

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5 weeks ago

Anti-Hillary Clinton PAC launches ad campaign to coincide with Benghazi hearing

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6 weeks ago

UNHCR chief Guterres and Angelina Jolie warn of mounting crisis in the Mediterranean 


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