International health reveals outcome of Libyan's battles

The World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed the toll of battles in the Libyan capital Tripoli after Khalifa Haftar launched an attack, resulted in killing at least 121 people and injuring 561.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said that, on Saturday night at least 121 people have been killed, 561 were wounded since the March 4 attack by Libyan troops on the Libyan capital.

On the other hand, the organization's office in Libya, in a tweet on Twitter, condemned "repeated attacks on medical staffs " and ambulances in Tripoli.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported that 13,500 people had been displaced, and 900 of whom had been accommodated in shelters.

There have been fierce battles since April 4 in the southern suburb of Tripoli between the forces loyal to the government of "National Accord" and the forces of Marshal Khalifa Haftar, who leads the "Libyan National Army."



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