Libya Fighter Jets

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  • Libya Asks UN for Arms, Jets, Tanks to Battle Islamic State
    World News | Reuters | Thursday March 5, 2015
    Libya has sought permission from the United Nations to import 150 tanks, two dozen fighter jets, seven attack helicopters, tens of thousands of assault rifles and grenade launchers and millions of rounds of ammunition from Ukraine, Serbia and Czech Republic.
  • World News | Associated Press | Thursday September 4, 2014
    A Libyan security official says a military jet has crashed in the country's eastern city of Tobruk, killing the pilot and four other people.
  • World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 29, 2014
    A Libyan fighter jet engaged in paramilitary attacks on Islamists in the restive eastern city of Benghazi crashed and exploded earlier today after its pilot safely ejected, a military source and a witness said.
  • Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces
    World News | Steven Erlanger, David D Kirkpatrick, The New York Times | Sunday March 20, 2011
    American, European and Arab leaders on Saturday began the largest international military intervention in the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq in an effort to stop Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's war on the Libyan opposition.Leaders meeting in Paris on Saturday afternoon announced that air operations to enforce a no-fly zone and protect civilians had...
  • Military build-up mounts for action against Libya
    World News | Associated Press | Saturday March 19, 2011
    Six Danish F-16 fighter jets landed Saturday at the U.S. air base in Sicily, and American F-18s and Canadian CF-18 Hornets were in the region as the international military build-up mounted in Italy for action against Libya.Italy has offered the use of seven military bases to help enforce the U.N.-authorized no-fly zone over Libya and protect Libyan...

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'Libya Fighter Jets' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Libya Asks UN for Arms, Jets, Tanks to Battle Islamic State
    World News | Reuters | Thursday March 5, 2015
    Libya has sought permission from the United Nations to import 150 tanks, two dozen fighter jets, seven attack helicopters, tens of thousands of assault rifles and grenade launchers and millions of rounds of ammunition from Ukraine, Serbia and Czech Republic.
  • World News | Associated Press | Thursday September 4, 2014
    A Libyan security official says a military jet has crashed in the country's eastern city of Tobruk, killing the pilot and four other people.
  • World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 29, 2014
    A Libyan fighter jet engaged in paramilitary attacks on Islamists in the restive eastern city of Benghazi crashed and exploded earlier today after its pilot safely ejected, a military source and a witness said.
  • Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces
    World News | Steven Erlanger, David D Kirkpatrick, The New York Times | Sunday March 20, 2011
    American, European and Arab leaders on Saturday began the largest international military intervention in the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq in an effort to stop Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's war on the Libyan opposition.Leaders meeting in Paris on Saturday afternoon announced that air operations to enforce a no-fly zone and protect civilians had...
  • Military build-up mounts for action against Libya
    World News | Associated Press | Saturday March 19, 2011
    Six Danish F-16 fighter jets landed Saturday at the U.S. air base in Sicily, and American F-18s and Canadian CF-18 Hornets were in the region as the international military build-up mounted in Italy for action against Libya.Italy has offered the use of seven military bases to help enforce the U.N.-authorized no-fly zone over Libya and protect Libyan...

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