At least 21 people were killed in Libya’s civil clashes


Tripoli: At least 21 people have been killed in riots in Libya. 27 people were injured. Many of those have been seriously injured. The confrontation is between a Libyan army and an armed insurgent headed by former commander General Khalifa Haftar. The riots began with the Libyan National Army, led by Khalifa Haftar, to seize the capital city of Tripoli.

The day after the riots, India and the US withdrew the peace services army from Libya. The encounter is still ongoing. The deceased included a doctor in a Red Crescent group. The Libyan National Army confirmed that 14 people were dead. Libyan Prime Minister Fais Alsaraj said that the attempts to sabotage were being carried out by the rebel group.