Military Situation In Libya On June 6, 2017 (Map Update)

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This map provides a general look at the military situation in Libya on June 6, 2017 as well as at the oil and gas infrastructure of the war-torn country. It should be noted that almost all sides involved into the conflict are able to conduct raids and even some military operations not only in the areas of their direct control.

Military Situation In Libya On June 6, 2017 (Map Update)

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  • Samuel Boas

    How about the only legitimate soldiers loyal to brother leader Al-Gadaffi?

    • Gue Bjuen

      sadly quite a lot were sentenced to death for working with or for him, but one of his son and other followers are still in prison. so they might not have executed every loyalist. lybia is also very tribal which means the gadaffi triibe might be the only potential hope for an uprising under the gadaffi banner but that would be almost impossible to have a happy ending as we know the nato won’t tolerate a pro gadaffi uprise. IS or Nusra like groups uprise are ok but pro gadaffi uprises WILL NOT BE TOLERATED BY THE SO CALLED INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY.

  • PZIVJ

    Thanks SF.
    Have not seen good info on Libya in a very long time.
    Quite colorful.

    • MeMadMax

      Nothing has moved much either. Guess these guys are content to do just minor shit here and there.

  • ahmed

    Great work SF

  • Valery Grigoryev

    A hopeless situation…much worse than in Syria. The civil war for many more years.
    The Arab Spring has evolved to The Arab Tragedy…

  • Igor Henrique

    Thank you SF, great work.

  • χρηστος

    instead of eliminiting the ISIS-Al-qaeda presence from even inside the city of tripoli and benghazi they fight each other……meanwhile Al-raeda waits patienly…when they are done killing each other they will step in and just take no prisoners…Libya will be the next terrorist state in the world. first a large part of Iraq then SYria….libya is next……i guess…cant the 2 sides in Libya see this?