Tripoli – Key militia leaders gathered at the home of Abdul Hakim Al-Sheikh on Thursday, including Agneoya Al-Kkli, Abdulrauf Kara,…
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The outgoing Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, instructed the Ministry of Local Government to form a committee to compensate those affected by the clashes in Tripoli.
Following recent armed clashes in Tripoli that resulted in civilian casualties and widespread damage to civilian facilities, UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) underlined “the importance of avoiding any actions or statements that undermine the fragile calm.”
Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha said outlaw criminal groups under order of outgoing Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh caused security chaos and terrorized Tripoli.
France condemned on Sunday the clashes that took place in Tripoli and caused a number of deaths and the destruction of some hospitals infrastructure.
Head of the Interior Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives (HoR), Suleiman Al-Harari, expressed his strong condemnation of the dangerous security escalation in the capital, Tripoli.
Health Ministry condemned Saturday the bombing and targeting of several public hospitals and public health centers as a result of the clashes taking place in Tripoli.
Health Ministry has announced that 13 people were killed as a result of the clashes in Tripoli.
UN Special Advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, said Friday fighting between armed groups in Tripoli “must stop now, civilians must be protected and perpetrators held accountable.”
U.S. Ambassador and special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, said perpetrators of the armed clashes that erupted in Tripoli on Friday will pay a price with the Libyan people and the international community.