Death toll in Tripoli war reached over 254 as calm prevails in different frontlines
The death toll of the clashes in Tripoli has hit 254, and 1228 people have been injured, the World Health Organization said on Sunday.
WHO added on Twitter that in the past week, its specialized emergency medical teams in frontline hospitals handled 89 major and 63 minor surgeries.
“Our teams are bringing in additional help for these hospitals.” WHO added.
In the meantime, the Government of National Accord said its forces had seized control of the areas from Wadi Al-Rabea to Al-Aziziya.
The fighting has been very relatively calm on Monday on all frontlines with some hit-and-run skirmishes near Gharyan.
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