The remains of six victims whom the pro-Khalifa Haftar militia, Al-Kani killed and dumped into mass graves have been named after undergoing the identification process.
Authorities dig up more bodies from mass graves in Tarhuna
Authorities in Tarhuna have discovered two new mass graves in the city, the General Authority for Research and Identification of Missing Persons announced on Monday.
Authorities identify 11 new victims of mass graves
Authorities in Libya have unveiled the identity of 11 bodies recovered earlier from mass graves.
Authorities identify nine new bodies of Kani militia victims
The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons has confirmed the identity of nine anonymous bodies recovered earlier from Tarhuna.
Crews recover 8 bodies from garbage dump in Tarhuna
A body removal crew was dispatched on Monday to the public landfill in Tarhuna after receiving reports that eight unidentified bodies were buried at the site.
Tarhouna Victims Association criticizes unity government’s tackling of mass graves’ case
Tarhouna Victims Association published its annual report for 2022, criticizing the Government of National Unity’s performance towards the mass grave’s perpetrators’ impunity and the absence of the competent authorities’ desire to bring them to justice.
Authorities recover six new bodies from a landfill in Tarhuna
The authorities have recovered six new remains from a site discovered Tuesday, located in the general landfill of Tarhuna.
Libya exhumes 6 bodies from mass grave in Tarhuna
Libyan authorities, on Wednesday, exhumed six bodies from a mass grave in the city of Tarhuna, south of the capital, Tripoli, Anadolu News Agency reports.
Another mass grave with 7 bodies found in Tarhouna
Seven unidentified bodies have been discovered in Tarhouna, where dozens of mass graves have been uncovered since the summer of 2020, the Libyan authority in charge of the missing announced on Monday.
Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor calls for expediting accountability for Tarhouna mass graves
Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor said in a statement that accountability efforts for the killings, enforced disappearances, and acts of torture that occurred in Tarhouna and other areas south of Tripoli – during the attack on the capital by Khalifa Haftar’s forces in April of 2019 – should be expedited.