Libya: 56 people killed in a week- WHO

Libya: 56 people killed in a week- WHO

[Africanews - Africa] - 11/04/2019
Weapons of war in the streets of Tripoli. The Libyan capital has been under siege since April 4. On Thursday, the United Nations published a first assessment of the conflict, a week after the start of offensive by forces of Khalifa Haftar. According to the World Health Organization, 56 people (...)
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