Kobler condemns the shelling on Benghazi’s Al-Keesh demonstration
The UN delegate to Libya, Martin Kobler, has condemned the shelling of the demonstration that went out on Friday in Al-Keesh in Benghazi and left 4 dead, among them a child and a woman, and others wounded.
Kobler stressed, on the UNSMIL website, that those who perpetrated this crime must be brought to justice, saying that those crimes are random and are considered, therefore, war crimes and can be sent to the International Criminal Court.
On Firday mortars fell on a demonstration speaking out slogans against the UN-backed government in Al-Keesh, Benghazi, killing 4 and injuring others.
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