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Inclusive personnel policy not a priority for Dutch employers. The LNA is widely recognised as the largest, most disciplined and best organised force with the most-effective intelligence arm, the most seasoned special fighting teams and unrivalled jet fighter fleet, including newly introduced F warplanes.
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LNA has its main base in Gharyan to supply troops in Tripoli. Armed groups proliferated in Tripoli and other cities in the west where the country has emerged as a major transit point for migrants fleeing war and poverty for Europe.
Five militia members from Nalout were killed, the LNA said. France broadly supports Haftar, deeming his forces as helpful in the fight against jihadists and other Islamist militants, especially in southern areas near Niger where France has key energy interests and in Mali where it had the largest military mission.
It is the first time since that France publicly acknowledged it had special forces deployed in Libya. Lamine Ghanmi is a veteran Reuters journalist. He has covered North Africa for decades and is based in Tunis. Lamine Ghanmi.