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Monday, September 19, 2016

ISIS Continues To Lose Ground In Libyan City Of Sirte


ISIS continues to lose ground in Libyan city of Sirte
Terror group increases use of suicide attacks, IEDs and
snipers to hamper government efforts
(CNN) — US-backed government militia in Libya are
pushing forward in their battle to expel ISIS from
the coastal Libyan city of Sirte, despite ongoing
attacks from the terror group.
Faced with a shrinking grip throughout the country,
ISIS fighters are stepping up their assaults on
Libyan forces by deploying lethal IEDs.
The terror group is also increasing the number of
suicide attacks and snipers in a bid to hamper
soldiers loyal to the UN-backed Government of
National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli.
One doctor explained that ISIS fighters are trying to
make sure those targets if they don't die at
least will not be able to fight again.
"The snipers attack usually the spine here. They
choose to fire at the spine because brain injury and
heart injury if he survived, he's going to fight
again," says Nabeel Aqoub, a doctor working in
Sirte.
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