Dozens of people have died in US air strikes targeting an apparent Islamic State training camp in Libya. Among the dead is Noureddine Chouchane who is thought to have facilitated the movement of IS fighters from Tunisia to Libya.
The US has carried out air strikes against so-called "Islamic State" in Libya, killing several in the second set of strikes in recent days. Meanwhile, Rome unveiled plans to stem the flow of migrants through Libya.
More than a dozen people have been killed in a bout of violence in the eastern Libyan city. The incident comes a day after a US air strike killed dozens of people in the country.
Pro-government forces in Libya say they have freed 13 foreign nationals, including 11 female Eritrean captives, from "Islamic State" militants in Sirte. Troops claim only a small part of the city is still held by IS.
US warplanes have targeted 'Islamic State' (IS) training camps in Libya, according to a military spokesman. US officials say the militant group has increased its activities in the conflict-ridden North African country.
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