UN: Battles in Tripoli have killed more than 400 people

The United Nations announced that the fighting in Libya's Tripoli between the forces of Khalifa Haftar and the government of the National Government of Al-Wifaq and political Islam groups have killed more than 400 people.

"Since the start of the armed conflict in Tripoli, 432 people have died, 2069 have been injured and more than 50,000 displaced," the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement.

The Libyan military commander Khalifa Hafer forces continued fighting in the capital Tripoli, during the month of Ramadan, following the United Nations call for a humanitarian truce.

The General Command of the Armed Forces of the Libyan Arab Republic, led by Marshal Khalifa Hafer, announced the night of the fourth of last April, the launch of the operation to eliminate "terrorism" in the capital Tripoli.



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