Tunisia's flag carrier Tunisair announces that it has resumed services to Libya in light of the UN-sponsored peace agreement, becoming the first foreign airline to connect to the country since the outbreak of the Second Libyan Civil War seven years ago. Yesterday, the airline flew its first flights to Benghazi and Tripoli, and it has scheduled five flights to both cities each week.
Mitiga International Airport, the only functioning airport in Libya's capital Tripoli, closes and a flight from Tunisia is diverted after forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar fire rockets toward the airport.
Turkey says it is ready to provide military support to the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) against Khalifa Haftar's forces if requested to do so by the GNA. The Grand National Assembly of Turkey approves military intervention in Libya.
The president of Libya's newly elected legislative congress, Mohamed Yousef el-Magariaf, calls the prime minister to an emergency meeting, after Saturday's bulldozing of the Sidi el-Sha'ab mausoleum in Tripoli by unnamed organized assailants. [https:--news.yahoo.com-fighters-bulldoze-sufi-mosque-central-tripoli-172020410.html?_esi=1 (Reuters via Yahoo! News)] [http:--online.wsj.com-article-SB10000872396390444230504577613260789607638.html?mod=googlenews_wsj ("Wall Street Journal)"]
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes an unannounced visit to the Libyan capital Tripoli, aiming to strengthen ties between the United States and the National Transitional Council, which has established itself as Libya's ruling body following the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi.