Two civilians killed in renewed attacks by Haftar’s forces on southern Tripoli
Indiscriminate shelling on Tuesday killed two persons and injured five others in the Libyan capital Tripoli, a local official said Wednesday.
Media advisor to the Libyan Health Ministry, Ameen Hashimi, said indiscriminate shelling hit Salah Addin district in Tripoli later last night, killing two persons and injuring 5 others, all of whom are civilians.
Hashimi added that a total of six shells targeted the area of Salah Addin in southern Tripoli as Haftar’s forces continue to breach the ceasefire agreement.
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