A Libyan official says authorities have uncovered a collective grave containing more than 75 bodies of suspected Islamic State group fighters near the coast city of Sirte, formerly the main IS stronghold in this North African country.
He says authorities believe the remains are of IS because "we can tell from their clothes."
IS were driven from Sirte in 2016, fleeing inland.
Libya is currently split between rival governments in the east and the west.
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