Three weeks ago General Khalifa Haftar, who controls much of Libya's eastern territory, declared war on Tripoli when he ordered his self-styled Libyan National Army to take the capital from the UN-backed Government of National Accord led by Fayez al-Serraj.
Residents of the city said they could hear sustained rocket and artillery fire in several districts of Tripoli on Saturday, after several days of stalemate on the ground.
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The shelling was louder and more frequent on Saturday than in previous days, residents said, and audible in central districts more than 10km away from the front line.
France immediately denied the claim.
Mustafa al-Mejii, a spokesman for the GNA's military operation, said his forces "have launched a new phase of attack". General Haftar's forces are pressing a military assault on the capital Tripoli in opposition to Libya's internationally recognised government.
Mortars crashed down on a suburb of Tripoli on Thursday, nearly hitting a clinic and adding to people's suffering after two weeks of an offensive by eastern troops on the Libyan capital, which is held by an internationally recognized government.
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"Certainly we would see a role for Gen. Haftar in any future of Libya", a senior White House official told the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) in December 2018.
Western powers and the Gulf have been divided over a push by Haftar's forces to seize Tripoli, undermining calls by the United Nations for a ceasefire.
Trump and Haftar spoke on Monday "to discuss ongoing counterterrorism efforts and the need to achieve peace and stability in Libya", according to the White House press office.
Russian Federation insisted on having no criticism of Mr Haftar in the proposed resolution, while the United States said it wanted more time to consider the situation.
Meanwhile, about 2,000 residents of Tripoli staged a protest in the city's central Martyrs' Square on Friday to condemn Haftar's push on the city as well as world powers that back him, which they say include France and Russian Federation, and now the US.
A one-time officer in former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's army who spent years living in exile in Virginia and later fought against Gadhafi's regime, Haftar, who is aligned with a parliament based in the country's east, has also reportedly received some support in the past from France, Russia, the UAE and Egypt.