Zliten ISIS attack injured persons return home from Italy
Libya’s embassy in Rome said Saturday that Zliten casualties in Italian hospitals are well now and returned home.
The head of the Medical Mission in Libya’s embassy, Abdulkader Abu Fanas, told Press Solidarity that the first group of the ISIS deadly attack on Zliten got recovered after spending 8 weeks in intensive care in Rome Military Hospital.
Abu Fanas spoke highly of the Italian authorities’ help and health care given to the casualties, hoping that the second group receives the same treatment.
In January, Zliten IS attack claimed the lives of almost 60 recruits and injured more than 100 others, who are receiving treatment in different hospitals around the country, Italy, Malta and in Turkey.