Britain and U.S. are in talks with Libya to take at least 1,000 British troops to bolster Libyan forces tackle ISIS rising insurgency.
Russia and France also will contribute its forces to take part in the joint offensives against ISIS in Libya.
Between Friday 22nd January 2016 and Sunday 24th January 2016, the first step in anti-ISIS campaign took place with dozens of Russia, British and American troops arriving in Libya in support for the internationally-recognized government.
The troops landing area is located some 144 kilometers from Darnah, the main bastion of extremist Libyan groups linked to Al Qaeda or ISIL, of which the ultra-violent Ansar al Sharia is the most powerful.
The joint forces are expected to combat and eradicate the Islamic State front’s that is gaining foothold in the country estimated at 3,000 fighters.