The Emeriti newspaper of El Bayan quoted anonymous military sources from LNA
saying Haftar ordered targeting any foreign military forces in Libya.
HRW a declare que Sergewa s'etait ouvertement oppose a la poursuite de l'assaut militaire du commandant de la LNA
, Khalifa Haftar contre la capitale, Tripoli, ou est base le gouvernement rival internationalement reconnu, le gouvernement de l'Accord national (GNA).
UNSMIL said its statement that it welcomed the "positive response" by the warring parties during the two-day festival celebrated on Sunday and Monday by Muslims worldwide, noting that the Government had announced a unilateral cessation of hostilities on Friday, under the condition that the LNA
ceased all ground and air operations, as well any troop movements.
It further escalated in April when the LNA
began its offensive to capture the capital of Tripoli, the seat of the internationally recognised government.
In the latest turmoil since the toppling of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Haftar's LNA
has been unable to take Tripoli from the internationally recognized government despite fighting that has caused havoc in the capital's southern suburbs and displaced tens of thousands of civilians.
Tensions between Ankara and Eastern Libyan forces escalated last week, when the LNA
claimed its air defenses had shot down a Turkish-made drone launched by the UN-backed GNA near Tripoli.
has, however, denied involvement in Tuesday's airstrike which killed 40 people at a detention centre and holds the Tripoli-based government responsible.
launched an offensive against the government in April.
air campaign has failed to take Tripoli in three months of fighting, and last week LNA
lost its main forward base in Gharyan, which was taken back by Tripoli forces last week.
launched an operation in January to purge southern Libya "of terrorist groups and criminals".
media unit released pictures of what it said was the pilot receiving medical treatment while seated on a chair.
Summary: Two restaurant workers have been held by the LNA
accused of spying for Turkey