Las Vegas Review-Journal
Military planes reportedly crash, killing at least two
Forces loyal to a powerful Libyan commander said two military planes crashed on Sunday in over a village in eastern Libya, killing at least two officers.
The self-styled Libyan Arab Armed Forces, led by Gen. Khalifa Hifter, said the helicopters collided in the air over the village of Msus.
A two-officer crew, including Brig. Gen. Bouzied al-barrasi, was killed in the crash, while the second helicopter crew survived, the LAAF said in a statement.