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Algerian jihadist Mokhtar Belmokhtar killed in US strike
Notorious Algerian jihadist Mokhtar Belmokhtar has been killed in a US airstrike in Libya, the strife torn country's internationally recognised government said in a statement on Sunday.
"American jets conducted an operation which resulted in the deaths of Mokhtar Belmokhtar and a group of Libyans belonging to a terrorist organisation in eastern Libya," the statement read, which was posted on Facebook.
The US military confirmed that Algerian militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar was the target of the US air strike in Libya but could not themselves confirm if he had been killed.
Despite Libyan confirmation, some remain sceptical, as this would not be the first time Belmokhtar had been reported to have been killed, yet found alive at a later time hence his nickname, "the uncatchable".
The one eyed Islamist commander Belmokhtar was the leader of the north African Al Murabitoun militant group and a former chief of Al Qaeda in the Algerian Islamic Maghreb.
Who is Mokhtar Belmokhtar?Born in Algeria in 1972Dubbed "the uncatchable" by French intelligenceSaid he travelled to Afghanistan at 19 to gain training and combat experience before returning to Algeria in 1992Became member of Algeria's Islamic Armed Group (GIA) in the country's civil warWas joint founder of Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC), which extended its attacks against security forces into countries along Sahara's southern fringeGSPC later took up the franchise of Al Qaeda's North Africa wing, under the name Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM)Headed one of two AQIM battalions in Algeria's southern desert bordering MaliSentenced by an Algerian court to life imprisonment in absentia in connection with the killing of 10 Algerian customs agents in 2007Reputation as a "gangster jihadist" involved in arms and cigarette smuggling earned him the nickname "Mr Marlboro" among locals in the SaharaLinked to a string of kidnappings of foreigners in North Africa in last decade Reuters
Wanted for terrorist activities in several countries, he was the alleged mastermind behind a 2013 siege of an Algerian gas plant in which 38 mostly Western hostages were killed.
The announcement of his death came shortly after the Pentagon said the US military had carried out a strike on "an Al Qaeda associated terrorist" inside Libya.
"We are assessing the results of the operation and will provide additional information as and when appropriate," Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said in a statement.
There were no more immediate details of the US operation, though Washington has in the past used drones to strike targets in the region.
Libya descending into chaosLibya has descended into chaos since a NATO backed revolt unseated longtime dictator Moamer Gaddafi in 2011.
It has rival governments and parliaments, and powerful militias are battling for influence and a share of its oil wealth.
Jihadist groups have exploited the lawlessness, which has prompted a huge influx of migrants trying to make the dangerous Mediterranean crossing to Europe, with shipwrecks leaving hundreds dead and the EU straining to respond.
The Al Murabitoun group was born out of a merger between Belmokhtar's "Signatories in Blood" and MUJAO, one of the jihadist groups that had seized control of northern Mali in early 2012 to 2013, where Belmokhtar was previously believed to have been killed.
Al Murabitoun last month said it had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State jihadist group but Belmokhtar immediately distanced himself from the declaration, in what was interpreted as evidence of a power struggle within the group.