U.S. now using Tunisia to conduct drone operations in Libya - U.S. sources | Reuters

WASHINGTON The United States is now using a Tunisian air base to conduct drone operations against Islamic State in Libya, U.S. government sources said on Wednesday.The Washington Post reported earlier on Wednesday that U.S. Air Force Reaper drones began flying out of the Tunisian base in late June.

Reuters October 27, 2016 00:45:05 IST
U.S. now using Tunisia to conduct drone operations in Libya - U.S. sources
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US now using Tunisia to conduct drone operations in Libya  US sources
 Reuters

WASHINGTON The United States is now using a Tunisian air base to conduct drone operations against Islamic State in Libya, U.S. government sources said on Wednesday.The Washington Post reported earlier on Wednesday that U.S. Air Force Reaper drones began flying out of the Tunisian base in late June.

(Reporting by Mark Hosenball)

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