CLASHES IN LIBYA’S TRIPOLI KILL 10

TRIPOLI, Libya, Libyan Ministry of Health, on Saturday, revealed that, Friday's clashes in the capital, Tripoli, have killed 10 people and injured 59 others, including civilians.

The Ministry's Wounded Affairs Department, said, Friday's casualties have increased the death toll of the fighting between warring parties to 106 deaths and 365 injuries, since the beginning of the fighting in Aug 26.

Clashes continued, despite the warning from the UN Support Mission in Libya, on Thursday, against attacks on residential areas.

The mission also reminded the warring parties, of the signed binding cease-fire agreement, and stressed that, exposing civilians to harm is prohibited by International Humanitarian Law.

Violent clashes continued in southern Tripoli, between forces allied with the UN-backed government, and the "7th Brigade" militia, from the city of Tarhuna, some 80 km south-east of Tripoli.

Libya has been suffering insecurity and escalating violence, since the fall of former leader, Muammar Gaddafi's government in 2011.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK