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This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Charlie Yaxley � to whom quoted text may be attributed � at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
In Libya, thousands of women, children and …Read more
Airstrikes indiscriminately impact residential areas, with one child killed and three children injured in airstrikes during past four days, according to Health Sector partners.
Armed conflict continues to impact health facilities and personnel, as shelling damages a hospital in …Read more
Tripoli--As residents of Libya's war-torn capital fled bombings in their neighbourhoods, they felt their blood pressure was raised because of the stress, the sound of the rockets and gunfire, says Mohamed Hashem, a WHO doctor in Tripoli. When they arrived …Read more
96 CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF WHICH 22 FATALITIES
42,600 DISPLACED PEOPLE
3,300 REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS IN DETENTION CENTRES EXPOSED TO OR AT RISK OF CONFLICT
31,500 ASSISTED WITH SOME FORM OF HUMANITARIAN SERVICES
US$10.2M FUNDING REQUIREMENTS FOR TRIPOLI FLASH APPEAL
Source: …Read more
Since fighting broke out on the edge of Libya's capital, Tripoli, earlier this month, over 42,000 people have been displaced and thousands are believed trapped in the city's southern outskirts. As UN humanitarian teams work around the clock to provide …Read more
Fighting has intensified around Libya's capitol city of Tripoli that is threatening the plunge the entire country into a full scale civil war.
UN humanitarian agencies have been warning of the human toll of this fighting for several weeks. Now, …Read more