Ceasefire in Libya’s capital collapses, rockets start raining on civilian neighborhoods

Clashes in Khalit Al-Furjan in southern Tripoli (Phot: Social Media)

Ceasefire in Libyan capital Tripoli has collapsed after holding for over 48 hours.

Reports from Tripoli said that warring parties in the capital resumed clashes with several rockets reported falling on civilian neighborhoods like Ghout Al-Shaal, Hay Al-Andalus and others.

Two shells fell on Dahra and Ben Ashour neighborhoods on Saturday afternoon as well, local sources reported.

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