Libya: Islamic State group cornered in one last district of Sirte
The Libyan port city of Sirte, on the Mediterranean Sea, was in the grip of the Islamic State organisation for an entire year. It was a strategic stronghold for the terrorist group, with access to the sea and nearby oil refineries. But since May, a coalition of militias and forces loyal to Libya's UN-backed unity government (GNA) have been retaking the city and the remaining jihadists are now cornered in one last district. Our colleagues at France 2 report from Sirte.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Elom Marcel Toble and Claire Pryde.
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