DEATH TOLL IN ATTACK ON SOUTH LIBYA ARMY BASE RISES TO 141

CAIRO (AP) - A spokesman for Libya's army says the death toll from a militia attack on an air base in the country's south has increased to 141, including two civilians. Col. Ahmed Mosmary, spokesman for forces loyal to an east-based parliament, said in a news conference late Friday that ...

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