Two policemen killed, four injured in airstrikes by Haftar's forces on Tripoli
The Libyan Interior Ministry said two of its police personnel were killed after airstrikes by Khalifa Haftar's forces hit Rapid Intervention Force of Central Backup Force headquarters in Ain Zara In southern Tripoli.
The Interior Ministry said in a statement on Facebook that this was the second criminal attack on Interior Ministry's apparatuses after the first hit the main headquarters in Tripoli few days ago, vowing to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Last Thursday, the ambulance and emergency apparatus said a man and his wife as well as their four children were injured as warplanes of Haftar's forces hit their house near the Interior Ministry's headquarters on Airport Road.
Airpower has been showing strong presence in Tripoli's skies, especially drones provided for Haftar's forces by their foreign backers.
Haftar's warplanes also carried out airstrikes on Jarma Company's building in Tajoura, causing no casualties, while other airstrikes hot Libyan Army positions on Ghout Al-Reeh, causing mild injuries to some of the fighters.