WHO: 454 killed and 2154 wounded in Tripoli clashes so far

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TRIPOLI –  The toll of Tripoli clashes as of May 10 is 454 killed and 2154 wounded, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.

WHO pointed out that among the wounded are three ambulance workers whose vehicle was struck this week.

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.


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