Does everyone remember the heroic and noble intervention in 2011 when Western forces overthrew the tyranny of Gaddafi and ushered in an era of peace and harmony? And things have been calm and tranquil there ever since! A testament to the power of dropping bombs on people to ensure political stability. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-35249860 At least 47 people have been killed by a truck bomb targeting a police training centre in the western Libyan city of Zliten, reports say. Media in Libya said the attack struck the al-Jahfal training camp. The camp was a military base during the rule of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Still OK, one little attack... In a separate attack, a suicide bomber killed six people at the entrance to Ras Lanuf, a major oil port in northern Libya. One of those killed was a 16-month-old child, according to Osama al-Hodeiri, a spokesman for the security forces that guard the oil facilities. "A driver in a Toyota Land Cruiser blew himself up at a checkpoint at the entrance to the town of Ras Lanuf," he said, adding that three guards had also been killed. Yeah but nothing else bad is going on... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-35248594 Shelling by so-called Islamic State (IS) on an oil terminal in Libya has started fires that have spread to giant storage tanks, officials say. The fires are reported to be raging in Sidra, on the coast between Sirte and Benghazi. Officials said at least 10 guards had been killed since IS attacked the neighbouring ports on Monday. Warplanes from Libya's internationally recognised government have provided air support to help defend the area. Libya has been split between rival militias and two competing governments since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. The people of Syria and Iraq can rest easy knowing that their countries are in safe hands!