A Chadian armed group attacked on Thursday a camp of the Libyan National Army (LNA) in southern Libya, leaving one person dead and 13 wounded, a local official said.
The attack took place near Traghen, 902 kilometers (560 miles) south of Tripoli and about 400 kilometers north of the border with Chad.
A spokesman for the Traghen municipality said the man killed was a fighter loyal to the eastern government in Libya that is allied to LNA commander Khalifa Haftar.
The attack on the military camp on Traghen’s outskirts was thwarted by mid-day, the spokesman Khalid Chataoui said, noting that hospitals in the city are underequipped to treat the injured.
There was no comment from the LNA on the attack.