UN Mission In Libya: Landmines Planted South Of Tripoli Left Dead And Wounded, Including Civilians

Tripoli- The United Nations Support Mission in Libya has stated that, since the end of the fighting on the outskirts of Tripoli, anti-personnel mines laid in neighborhoods south of Tripoli have resulted in more than 100 dead and wounded, including a large number of civilians. The mission said in a statement: that mines and other explosive devices inside or in the vicinity of housing have left more than a hundred civilian casualties and demining crews since the end of the confrontations beginning of this June, without specifying the number of dead and wounded. This statement comes after the Saturday meeting in Rome, which brought together the Acting UN envoy to Libya, “Stephanie Williams,” and the head of the National Accord government, “Fayez Al-Sarraj.”


Source: Libya News Agency

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