Anti-ISIS Coalition Timeline

Jun June 21st: Haftar says ‘terrorists should leave now or die here.’ Mufti calls for anti-Haftar jihad
Aug Aug 3rd: BRSC overrun Saiqa base in Benghazi
Aug 25th: HoR responds to the triumph of Libya Dawn by branding it terrorists
Oct Oct 19th: Hafter reverses slide in Benghazi with major offensive
Nov Nov 23rd: Haftar courts Ferjan tribe of Sirte in Dawn/Dignity wars
Dec Dec 14th: Anti-ISIS coalition between Haftar and DMSC in response to Shuruq
Feb Feb 16th: Egypt bombs Derna
Mar Mar 28th: Misrata tries to dislodge ISIS from Sirte
Aug Aug 17th: Rebellion against ISIS in Sirte
Sep Sept 28th: Heavy fighting across the east, cooperation between LNA & DMSC
Nov Nov 23rd: Assassinations in Ajdabiya stoke tensions between LNA and PFG
Dec Dec 22nd: Joint Operations Room set up in Sabratha after explosions
Jan Jan 5th: Jadhran says Haftar is as bad as ISIS
Mar Mar 2nd: LNA declares Ajdabiya liberated and makes significant gains in Benghazi
Mar 29th: Misrata militias declare support for GNA
Apr Apr 5th: UN-mediated Presidential Council arrives in Tripoli
May May 9th: PC sets up operations room to combat ISIS in Sirte area
Jun June 6th: GNA reinstates Jadhran as head of PFG, advances on Sirte
Jul July 11th: LNA suffers setbacks after suicide attacks, Jadhran occupies Zueitina port
Aug Aug 22nd: HoR rejects GNA, tensions grow in Tripoli between rival militias
Sep Sept 13th: Haftar seizes oil crescent ports from Jadhran
Oct Oct 4th: Haftar and LNA continue militarization of eastern Libya
Oct 14th: Khalifa al-Ghwell seizes Rixos in Tripoli in coup attempt
Nov Nov 1st: Third Force cede control of Brak al-Shatti to LNA
Nov 28th: PM Serraj says PC will not submit new cabinet to HoR
Dec Dec 7th: BDB forces attempt to retake oil ports from LNA, LNA extend control to Brak al-Shati
Jan Jan 3rd: PC deputy prime minister for South Musa al-Koni resigns
Jan 31st: Dialogue group agree in principle amendments to the LPA
Feb Feb 14th: Anti-GNA militias form ‘Libyan National guard’ as tensions rise in Tripoli
Mar Mar 7th: GNA condemns BDB takeover of oil crescent ports
Mar 21st: Pro-GNA militias evict Ghwell from Tripoli
Apr Apr 11th: Clashes escalate between LNA and Misratans near Sebha
Apr 25th: Saleh and Swehli meet in Rome
May May 23rd: GNA-affiliated forces kill up to 140 LNA fighters in surprise attack on Brak al-Shatti airbase
May 30th: Pro-GNA militias evict hard-line anti-GNA militias from Tripoli
Jun Jun 14th: A Zintani militia claims to have released Saif al-Islam al-Qadhafi.
Jun 17th: A convoy of anti-GNA militias from Misrata attempted to deploy to Tripoli. 
Jul Jul 14th: GNA President Serraj announced a new plan to realize the LPA, which would include parliamentary and Presidential elections.
Jul 25th: LNA Commander Haftar and GNA PM Serraj have ‘committed to a ceasefire’
Aug Aug 29th: Haftar, Nayed and Igtit have indirectly launched their bids for candidacy in prospective presidential elections in 2018
Sep Sep 16th: Clashes broke out in Sabratha among units affiliated with the Anas Dabbashi Brigade and the 48 Brigade
Oct Oct 6th: The Anti-ISIS Operations Room announced its control of Sabratha after defeating the Anas Dabbashi Brigade
Nov Nov 20th: The HoR voted to approve the proposed amendments to the 2015 Libyan Political Agreement (LPA)
Nov 23rd: The HCS President Swehli issued a statement rejecting the HoR vote
Dec Dec 6th: UN Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame co-chaired the official launch of the voter registration process for elections in 2018
Dec 17th: The 17 December ‘expiry’ date of the LPA was marked by an official television announcement from Khalifa Haftar declaring the LPA and its institutions expired
Jan Jan 24th: Mahmoud al-Werfalli publicly executed 10 people imprisoned by the LNA in Benghazi following a double bomb attack in the city.
Feb Feb 7th: Mahmoud al-Werfalli, a LNA commander wanted by the ICC, handed himself into the LNA for questioning.
Mar Mar 20th:  The sixth round of discussions aimed at unifying Libya’s military concluded in Cairo.
Apr Apr 10th: Unconfirmed reports began circulating that LNA commander Khalifa Haftar was transferred a hospital France.
Apr 8th: Khalid Mishri was elected as the President of the High Council of State.
May May 7th: Khalifa Haftar announced that the ‘zero hour’ for the ‘liberation’ of Derna had begun.
May 11th: The PC announced a decree that would significantly expand the powers of the Rada
Jun Jun 14th: Forces under the command of Ibrahim Jadhran attacked and took control of Sidra and Ras Lanuf oil ports
Jun 25th: Khalifa Haftar ordered all ports ‘liberated’ from Ibrahim Jadhran to be handed over to the Benghazi-based National Oil Corporation
Jul  Jul 10th: Forces under the command of Ibrahim Jadhran attacked and took control of Sidra and Ras Lanuf oil ports
Jul 11th: The NOC lifted force majeure on all of the Oil Crescent ports and Tobruq’s Hariga port
Aug Aug 26th: The Kani militia deployed from Tarhuna to south Tripoli
Sep Sep 25th: A ceasefire was brokered between the Tripoli Protection Force and Tarhuna’s 7th Brigade
Oct Oct 6th: The GNA and its new UN-backed Security Arrangements Committee announced new security arrangements in Tripoli
Nov Nov 7th: The Governors of competing Central Banks of Libya reach a consensus on audit terms
Dec Dec 4th: The LNA state that they have removed “terrorist” elements from the area around Tazirbu
Jan Jan 15th: LNA confirmed that an operation to liberate southern Libya from “terrorist” groups is underway
Feb Feb 13th: GNA claim it coordinated an airstrike with joint U.S.-Libyan forces targeting al-Qaeda members near Awbari
Mar Mar 17th: The eastern-based Interim government’s launchs a security operation to remove “terrorists and criminals” from Libya’s South
Apr Apr 4th: LNA leader Khalifa Haftar released a statement declaring Operation “Flood of Dignity” to liberate Tripoli
May May 20th: The Chief of Staff of the LNA Naval Forces declared a state of emergency with a ban on shipments to all western maritime ports