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OCHA Flash Update 2 – Humanitarian agencies launch appeal to respond to large-scale displacement in Libya

Civilian casualties, injuries, and large-scale displacement continue to increase in Libya as a result of recent clashes in the capital city of Tripoli and several other areas of the country. The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) estimates that over 331,000 people are at risk and in need of humanitarian assistance, which …

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UN wants corridors to be set up to allow delivery of vital aid to Libyans in need

United Nations Resident Coordinator in Libya, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, has said that the security conditions and the lack of access to some affected areas are a major challenge for national and international humanitarian organisations, and are stopping  vital aid being delivered to some of those who need it.

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OCHA Flash Update 1 – Fighting leads to large-scale displacement in Libya

  During July and August 2014, fighting between rival militias, originating from the towns of Misrata and Zintan, in Tripoli International Airport and other vicinities has led to civilian casualties and injuries and forced thousands to flee their homes. The deteriorating security situation has spread to other areas in the …

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