Libyan army says it has full control over country's air space

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Sat, 24 Aug 2019 - 09:19 GMT

A member of the Libyan National Army fires a weapon during clashes with Islamist militants in Khreibish district in Benghazi, Libya, November 9, 2017.

A member of the Libyan National Army fires a weapon during clashes with Islamist militants in Khreibish district in Benghazi, Libya, November 9, 2017.

TRIPOLI, Aug 24 (MENA) - The Libyan air force said on Saturday that it is having full control over the country’s air space, noting that the Libyan skies are constantly monitored to avoid any breach that may be caused by the Government of National Accord.

In a statement broadcast by Al Arabiya channel, the Libyan army added that its forces have destroyed four armored vehicles in al Sabiaa and Garyan districts.

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