It has been a year on April 4 since the war started in Libya to capture the capital Tripoli and it continues despite the coronavirus pandemic and the ceasefire attempts.

The intense cargo flights of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Russia to the east of Libya since January 2020 hinted that a great war was just around the corner despite the ongoing negotiations regarding the political solutions and ceasefire.

In conclusion, the Libyan National Army (LNA) loyal to the putschist General Khalifa Haftar started attacking Tripoli again on February 28 following the intensive replenishment of their military supplies.

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