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Libya's Tripoli Mitiga airport resumes air traffic following air strike

Reuters , Thursday 4 Jul 2019
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Air traffic at the Libyan capital Tripoli's only functioning airport resumed on Wednesday after being halted earlier following an air strike, according to a post on the Mitiga airport authority's Facebook page.

A spokesman for Libyan National Army, which is commanded by General Khalifa Haftar, said earlier that air forces had destroyed on Wednesday the main control room for drones at the military section of the airport.

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