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- EU condemns presence of foreign mercenaries in Libya
- AMINE GEMAYEL TALKS DEVELOPMENTS WITH TUNISIAN AMBASSADOR
- TURKISH AMBASSADOR: FRANCE TURNS BLIND EYE TO UAE, EGYPT’S VIOLATIONS IN LIBYA
- FRANCE PULLS OUT OF NATO LIBYA FORCE AMID TURKEY TENSIONS
- Libya: Health Sector Bulletin (June 2020)
1. Over 40,000 individuals have been displaced by conflict, according to latest DTM-IOM data.
2. Areas south of Ain Zara, Khala, Azizya, Qasr Bin Ghasheer, Wadi Rabiya'a and Swani are largely inaccessible to humanitarian actors due to fighting. The humanitarian community continues to call for a humanitarian truce and a humanitarian corridor so that humanitarian actors can reach those in need of aid and evacuation.
3. Humanitarian needs in Libya are rapidly increasing, while funding levels remain low. Through the Tripoli Flash Appeal, the humanitarian community urgently calls for $10.2m to meet the needs of the growing number of people in Libya displaced or otherwise affected by the conflict.
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs