Islamic State (IS) in Libya is preparing to regroup, one year after the terrorists lost the city of Sirte. “We found IS belongings and clothes of African migrants in the valley and desert areas of Sirte. The desert of the city of Sirte is one of the IS most active areas, given its rugged valley terrain. The remaining terrorists are also moving in southern Libya, given the vast area, which makes it difficult to monitor their movement. Military sources on Monday revealed that IS is preparing to regroup in southern Sirte, in an attempt to launch new attacks on its former stronghold.
Source: Libya Today December 07, 2017 10:41 UTC