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WHO condemns continuous attacks on health care in Libya [EN/AR]

The World Health Organization (WHO) condemns the unceasing attacks on health care in Libya. On February 23, an armed man assaulted Doctor Nidhal Mohamed Ali, a WHO-contracted psychiatrist, inside a mental health clinic in Sabha. The mental health clinic is the only facility of its kind that serves Southern Libya, …

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Amnesty International: Libyan women human rights defenders remain under attack

Libyan women activists, bloggers and journalists are increasingly being silenced as they face gender-based violence in the form of physical assault, abductions and sexual violence, as well as smear campaigns, gender-related slurs and attempts at intimidation, Amnesty International said Wednesday.

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Human Rights Report On Civilian Casualties – May 2018

From 1 May to 31 May 2018, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) documented 101 civilian casualties –47 deaths and 54 injuries – during the conduct of hostilities, including car and suicide bombings, across Libya. The death toll is the highest recorded by UNSMIL for any month in …

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