The endless war among factions of Libya has become a military market place for regional powers and Turkey turns out to be joining the crises in the open. Ankara has pledged to aid warring sides, favoring the UN backed Tripoli government.
A dozen of countries including Egypt and United Arab Emirates have been linked with the militia group led by General Khalifa Aftarr, a former loyalist to the late President Moammar Gadhafi. The quenchless conflicts have kept badly impacting Libyans since the down of Gadhafi in 2011.
While countries are joining the race in backing the warring sides as Russia and Turkey claim to mediate the factions, the UN and African Union are disparaged for doing little to curb the war and to sanction hostilities that kept rising in Libya.