Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) denied the claim by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) that 11 of its members were killed in an airstrike in southwest Libya, alleging that they were Tuareg people without an "organizational link" to the group and, in turn, urging Tuaregs to seek revenge.
Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM), al-Qaeda's branch in Mali, reportedly rejected the claim by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) that its airstrike in Libya killed 11 al-Qaeda members, alleging instead that the victims were Tuaregs with no connection to the group.
In an article in Naba 158 covering the November 23, 2018, attack in the Libyan town of Tazirbu, the Islamic State (IS) threatened more operations in the country and to wage a "new approach" in the war in its cities.
The Islamic State (IS) released the 18th episode in a video series providing statistical breakdowns of IS operations, covering in this installment the week of November 22-28, 2018.
The Barqah division of the Islamic State's Libya Province (ISLP) claimed credit for the raid on the Tazirbu police station and locations in the vicinity, alleging to have killed and wounded 29 "apostates" and taken others prisoner.
A group of armed men carried out attack on a Sharara oilfield sub-station in Libya.
The Islamic State (IS) released through its al-Bayyan Radio the military statistics for 2017-2018 it featured in Naba 148, offering the information in audio and document formats.
The U.S. imposed sanctions on Libyan militia leader, Ibrahim Jadhran, responsible for over $1.4 billion in losses to the country’s oil revenue.
The Islamic State (IS) released the seventh episode in a video series providing statistical breakdowns of IS operations, covering in this installment the week of September 5-12, 2018.
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed the attack on Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) in Tripoli and further threatened oil targets in the country.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the attack at the Tripoli offices of Libya's National Oil Company and threatened oil fields and the economic interests of the "tyrants" in the country.
Militants stormed the headquarters of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) in Tripoli, killing at least two staff.
The Islamic State (IS) released the fifth episode in a video series providing statistical breakdowns of IS operations, covering in this installment the week of August 23 – August 29, 2018.
The Islamic State's (IS) Tripoli Province claimed credit for the attack on a Libyan security checkpoint in Wadi Kaam, east of the capital.
Militants carried out an explosives attack on the Wafa-Mellitah gas pipeline outside Tripoli.
The Islamic State (IS) reported on an attack on a Libyan military checkpoint and camp in Jufra in Naba 143 and separately published photos from the operation.
The Mali-based al-Qaeda (AQ) branch, Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (NIM), reportedly claimed credit for a landmine explosion on a Malian army vehicle, while a source "close" to the group denied the killing of two leaders in Libya.
Four foreign employees of an engineering company in Tripoli, Libya, appear as hostages in a video, each appealing to their president to help them and noting that they are suffering.
The Islamic State (IS) announced in an “exclusive” in Naba 138 that fighters in Barqah Province in Libya captured two military officers in Waddan, a town in southwest Libya, and declared in the editorial that current losses experienced by the group are merely setting the stage for its future return.
The Islamic State's (IS) Barqah Province in Libya released a video on its suicide bombings and raids in past four months in Ajdabiya and Jufra, and featured a speech by an English-speaking fighter promoting the pursuit of martyrdom in battle.