Report: US warplanes strike ISIS camp in Libya

By REUTERS
February 19, 2016 13:36

 
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LONDON - US warplanes struck an Islamic State camp in Libya early on Friday, targeting a senior Tunisian operative linked to two major militant attacks in Tunisia last year, the New York Times reported, citing an unidentified Western official.

The mayor of the western Libyan city of Sabrathan told Reuters unidentified planes carried the air strikes, killing as many as 40 people.

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