The Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, has eliminated the head of the Islamic State terrorist organization in North Africa. It is reported by Al-Masdar News with reference to the representative of the LNA, Ahmed al-Mismari.
The liquidation of Abu Maaz al-Iraqi, also known as Abu Abdullah al-Iraqi, became known after an operation in the city of Sebha in southwestern Libya. In total, nine terrorists were killed in its course. The identity of the leader of the North African branch of IS was only possible after an investigation and the detention of two more members of the group elsewhere.London is negotiating new sanctions against Belarus with USA and Canada