Second Libyan Civil War
Tunisia's Ministry of Defence says that a pilot is arrested after a damaged Libyan warplane, reported to be a L-39 Albatros, makes an emergency landing on a road near the southern town of Beni Khadash.
A mass grave of 42 people is found in Sirte, Libya, after arrested Islamic State militants tip off authorities.
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.
The bodies of four Filipinos, an Austrian, and a Czech, all oil workers who were kidnapped and then murdered in Libya in 2015 by Islamic State terrorists, are found at a cemetery.
Eight mass graves containing hundreds of bodies are discovered in western Libya, most of them in the town of Tarhuna. The Government of National Accord (GNA) says the remains are of captured GNA fighters and civilians, apparent evidence of war crimes.
Turkish-backed GNA forces seize the towns of Badr and Tiji near the Tunisian border.
The eastern-based Libyan National Army loyal to Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar recaptures the strategic Elephant Field oil field in southwestern Libya after driving out GNA forces with airstrikes.
A Libyan National Army airstrike on the southern Libyan town of Murzuk reportedly kills at least 43 people and injures 51 others, according to local officials. An LNA spokesperson says the raid had targeted "Chadian mercenaries".
Tunisian authorities acknowledge they are detaining Tunisian national Moncef Kartas, a UN Libyan arms embargo monitor who has diplomatic immunity. Tunisia says Mr. Kartas had traveled in a private capacity on his Tunisian passport. The United Nations has called for his release and for Tunisia to clarify the reason for his arrest.
More than 40 people, including civilians, have died in clashes in the Libyan city of Tripoli.
France calls for changes to the Schengen Agreement after Italy allows people from Tunisia and Libya into the passport-free Schengen Area.