Libya: American military contractors to train armed groups in Tripoli in agreement with Al-Dabaiba Libya: American military contractors to train armed groups in Tripoli in agreement with Al-Dabaiba

Libya: American military contractors to train armed groups in Tripoli in agreement with Al-Dabaiba

Libya: American military contractors to train armed groups in Tripoli in agreement with Al-Dabaiba

The Africa Intelligence website reported that the American company Amentum is working to professionalize armed groups in Tripoli as part of its security strategy in Libya.
The report says that "members of the American military contracting company Amentum arrived in Libya under an agreement with Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dabaiba, to provide training to several armed groups in the capital, Tripoli."

The report indicates that American military contractors “will train members of 3 specific armed brigades - the 444th Brigade led by Mahmoud Hamzah, the 111th Brigade led by Abdul Salam Al-Zoubi, and the 166th Brigade led by Muhammad Al-Hussan,” according to what was stated in the report.

 According to the French website, training efforts are being coordinated between Amentum and the US State Department, “with the aim of uniting these various armed factions and entrusting them with securing borders and disarmament operations. This work is not being carried out under the auspices of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM).”

The report notes, “U.S. support for these Libyan armed groups could provide a political lifeline for Prime Minister Dabaiba, who is facing calls from many Libyan politicians to step down and make way for a new government.” Dabaiba persisted.

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  1. The Africa Intelligence website reveals Amentum's involvement in training armed groups in Tripoli, Libya, under an agreement with Prime Minister Dabaiba. This strategy aims to unite factions for border security and disarmament, potentially bolstering Dabaiba's position amidst political challenges.





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  2. The Africa Intelligence website reveals Amentum's involvement in training armed groups in Tripoli, Libya, under an agreement with Prime Minister Dabaiba. This strategy aims to unite factions for border security and disarmament, potentially bolstering Dabaiba's position amidst political challenges.

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    1. The report indicates that American military contractors “will train members of 3 specific armed brigades - the 444th Brigade led by Mahmoud Hamzah, the 111th Brigade led by Abdul Salam Al-Zoubi, and the 166th Brigade led by Muhammad Al-Hussan,” according to what was stated in the report.

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  4. the 111th Brigade led by Abdul Salam Al-Zoubi, and the 166th Brigade led by Muhammad Al-

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  5. It sounds good the American military contractors are going to help train armed groups in Tripoli as part of an agreement with Al-Dabaiba in Libya.

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  6. Libya's Interior Minister Imad Trabelsi says the groups will leave capital after 10 people were killed over the weekend.

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  8. potentially bolstering Dabaiba's position amidst political challenges.

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