Uneasy calm prevails in Tripoli streets
Tripoli has seen uneasy calm Thursday in most of the streets where there were skirmishes yesterday between pro-Serraj Presidential Council Abd anti ones.
Sources said schools opened doors as well as banks and other official state institutions amid fears that any skirmishes return to the streets.
People in Tripoli are leading relatively normal lives waiting for what is going to take place in the capital as the two rival governments have not agreed on a common ground yet.
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