A member of forces loyal to Libya's eastern government carries his weapon during clashes with the Shura Council of Libyan Revolutionaries in Benghazi, Libya April 19, 2016. REUTERS
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Military forces in eastern Libya said Daesh (ISIS) fighters had retreated from long-held positions around the city of Derna Wednesday, and were engaged in clashes with troops to the south.Daesh has gained ground in Libya as two rival governments and a range of armed factions battled to control the country in the last two years. Military forces allied to Libya's eastern government have also been involved in heavy fighting in the city of Benghazi where they have taken several neighborhoods from fighters loyal to Daesh and other groups.
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