The Address | Benghazi – Libya
TRIPOLI – The death toll of clashes in Tripoli has risen to 432 with 2,069 injured and more than 50,000 displaced, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Monday.
Along with a call for an immediate cease-fire, U.N. humanitarian officials say they urgently need more than $10 million to keep helping beleaguered civilians in Libya. The officials say they have received just 6% of pledges so far.
Since the armed conflict in #Tripoli, #Libya began, 432 people have died, 2069 people have been wounded, and more than 50 000 have had to flee their homes. Every day of violence means more people killed, injured, or displaced. pic.twitter.com/Qhpe4nN0fN
— World Health Organization in Libya (@WHOLIBYA) May 6, 2019