Libyan local media outlets published preliminary lists of the names of the mass graves’ recognized bodies in Tarhouna, which had all been killed by Al-Kani militia and Khalifa Haftar’s forces as they were in control of Tarhouna. The list included women, children and elderly people.
The Joint Committee for Monitoring and Documenting Human Rights Violations said that it continues to unearth a number of bodies from numerous mass graves and abandoned wells in the city of Tarhuna and the surrounding area.
The Minister of the Interior of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Fathi Bashaga, said on Monday that some actions, which violate human rights, have been committed by members of security institutions.
The United Nations announced on Monday its willingness to assist the Government of National Accord (GNA) to conduct a thorough investigation into reports of the discovery of bodies found at the hospital in Tarhuna city.
Libyan army seized on Friday weapons, ammunition, and vehicles purchased by the UAE for warlord Khalifa Haftar, Anadolu Agency reports.
A total of 106 bodies, including children and women, were found in a hospital in freshly liberated Tarhuna city of Libya, Anadolu Agency reports.
Libya’s UN-recognised unity government retook the town of Tarhuna southeast of Tripoli on Friday, depriving eastern-based strongman Khalifa Haftar of his last redoubt in the west, a spokesman said.
Militias loyal to renegade commander Khalifa Haftar have left 48 corpses behind while fleeing from war zones, the Libyan army said Tuesday.
Following a string of significant losses in western Libya, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) has renewed its offensive in mountain regions, advancing towards the strategic town of Ghariyan.
The city of Gharyan has been the scene of heavy clashes this morning as Libyan forces under the command of the Government of National Accord have thwarted attacks by Khalifa Haftar’s forces via Ghout Al-Reeh frontline, Mayor of Gharyan Yousef Al-Badri confrmed.