Health Ministry: 4 deaths, 21 injuries in east Tripoli clashes
The Health Ministry of the Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli announced Monday that the aftermath of the clashes in Garabulli and Gawea areas on both Sunday and Monday led to the killing of four people and injuring of 21.
The Health Ministry also said on Facebook that the statistics was made by the Tripoli Injuries Affairs Office.
“The clashes between the armed groups are still raging on.” The Health Ministry indicated on its Facebook page.
Violent clashes took place on Sunday between forces from Tripoli Revolutionaries Brigade and others related to Government of National Accord and forces from Misurata and others positioned in Garabulli related to the dismissed National Salvation Government (SG.)
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