UNSMIL reported Wednesday that Tawergha residents, in their meeting with Ghassan Salame in their town, asked for the UN support to facilitate their safe and dignified return to their homes and urged for developing a clear plan for service-delivery, reconstruction and rebuilding of their devastated city, which is currently lacking …
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said in a report on Saturday that more than 669,000 illegal immigrants of 41 different nationalities are currently in Libya.
Fighting which engulfed the Libyan capital, Tripoli, since August 26, ended on September 26, leaving 117 dead and 581 injured including many children.
The experts team for the missing persons in the city of Tawergha announced Tuesday its readiness to start its work at the beginning of next week.
More than 1,700 families have been displaced by fighting in Libya’s war-ravaged capital over the last 48 hours, the UN has said, as clashes between rival groups intensify.
Half a million children are in “immediate danger” in Libya’s capital Tripoli due to fighting, the United Nations children’s fund UNICEF said on Monday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has called the deteriorating situation in Libya as desperate, citing constant fighting, the collapse of the economy, and the destruction of basic infrastructure.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) revealed that the number of displaced since the outset of Tripoli’s clashes on August 26 is estimated at 3,845 families.
More than 1,600 people have died or gone missing while attempting to reach Europe so far this year, UNCHR’s new Desperate Journeys report shows.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) expressed, on Wednesday, concern over the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation in Tripoli.