The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah visited Tarhouna city and vowed justice for the people who lost their loved ones in mass graves’ crimes, saying it is the best way on the road to national reconciliation.
The Tarhouna Victims Association voiced concerns over the silence of the government toward the massacres and mass graves committed by Al-Kaniyat (Al-Kani) militia, loyal to Khalifa Haftar, against the city’s residents, describing it as “horrendous”.
The European Union yesterday imposed sanctions on two leaders of the Kani/Kaniyat Militia from Tarhuna.
The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons announced that they are continuing to discover mass graves in several various locations near Tarhuna.
The Libyan government said Wednesday a new mass grave was found in the southern city of Tarhuna.
The Media Center of the Libyan Army’s Volcano Rage Operation announced on Sunday that 10 bodies recovered from mass graves in Tarhuna were identified.
The Government of National Accord’s Ministry of Justice has called for families in Tarhuna to come forward with information about missing family members to identify the bodies that continue to be discovered in the mass graves.
Tripoli Interior Ministry send force to impose law and order in Tarhuna following disorder believed to be sparked by Kaniat mass graves body identifications
The Tripoli based Interior Ministry sent a strong force on Sunday into Tarhuna to reimpose security after disorder and attacks on property.
The Supreme Council of Libyan Tribes has issued a statement holding the Government of National Accord responsible for the violence in Tarhuna.
Forensics teams in war-shattered Libya have discovered 10 more bodies in mass graves in a once militia-controlled town outside the capital Tripoli, the Government of National Accord said on Thursday.