A tank fires against ISIS positions in Sirte, Libya, in September. Photographer Manu Brabo documented the monthslong battle that ended with Sirte's liberation in early December.
A view through a sniper hole.
A member of the Libyan forces is helped by his comrades after being hit by an ISIS sniper in October.
A Libyan fires at ISIS militants in October. Brabo said resources were limited. Libyan forces reused tanks and ammunition from their civil war in 2011.
This building in Sirte was hit by several airstrikes.
A Libyan fighter rests during a break in combat.
A street is bombed in September.
The interior of the National Bank Building, which was occupied by Libyan forces after weeks of battle.
Libyan fighters enter a damaged building.
Brabo said the Libyan fighters came from nearby cities and were anywhere from 16 to 60 years old.
A Libyan fighter uses a dummy to attract the attention of an ISIS sniper in September.
Libyan fighters hold a defensive position inside a school.
Libyan forces watch an airstrike on ISIS positions in September.
A wall damaged by shrapnel.
This smashed car was used as cover in the middle of a Sirte road.