Seventeen ISIS fighters in Libya are dead following six U.S. air strikes. The U.S. military says strikes involving armed drones, led by two B-2 bombers, dropped about 100 precision-guided munitions on a desert camp on Friday. Three vehicles were also destroyed in the strike. This is the first set of American strikes in Libya since President Trump assumed office in January. The camp was about 150 miles southeast of the city of Sirte which was once an ISIS stronghold in Libya. After being defeated in Sirte last year, ISIS in Libya moved into desert valleys and inland hills.
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