The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) disclosed Wednesday that 20 civilians have been killed and 69 others injured during February and March in hostile acts in various Libyan cities. The mission’s report clarified that the city of Murzuk in the south has borne the brunt of the casualties, with the killing of 10 civilians and wounding of 26 others. In the eastern city of Derna, seven people were killed and 30 others wounded. In Benghazi, at least one person was killed and 13 wounded, as well as two people killed in Sabratha. Among the dead were 12 men, 4 women and 4 children most of them civilians, according to the mission, noting that most casualties were caused by shelling, gunshot wounds, and explosive remnants of war.
From 1 February to 31 March 2019, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) documented civilian casualties – 20 deaths and 69 injuries – during the conduct of hostilities across Libya, it says in a report released today. These figures preceded the attack by Khalifa Hafter on Tripoli which started on 4 April. The latest World Health Organization figures for that period are 510 deaths and 2,467 wounded. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported in its last bulletin that since the 4 April fighting started there have been 29 confirmed civilian deaths and 126 wounded.
Dal 1 ° febbraio al 31 marzo 2019, la missione di supporto delle Nazioni Unite in Libia (UNSMIL) ha documentato vittime civili – 20 morti e 69 feriti – durante la condotta delle ostilità in tutta la Libia, si legge in un rapporto pubblicato oggi. Queste cifre hanno preceduto l’attacco di Khalifa Hafter su Tripoli iniziato il 4 aprile. Le ultime cifre dell’Organizzazione mondiale della sanità per quel periodo sono 510 morti e 2.467 feriti. L’Ufficio delle Nazioni Unite per il coordinamento degli affari umanitari (OCHA) ha riferito nel suo ultimo bollettino che dal 4 aprile sono iniziati i combattimenti ci sono stati 29 morti civili confermati e 126 feriti.
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