Death toll reaches at least 345 in Tripoli LNA attack


In Tripoli, rebel field martial Khalifa arrested, 345 people were killed and 1652 injured in the attack by the Libyan National Army (LNA).

World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday, 345 people were killed and 1652 injured in Tripoli by 28 April. The WHO staff deployed in various hospitals in the area have severed surgery of more than 140 people.

The conflict began on April 4 in Libya when the arrester ordered his troops to proceed to Libya's capital. After this, the United Nations-pro-GNA force on 07 April announced the counter-response.

Since Libya 2011, Muammar Gaddafi has been ousted from power and is dissatisfied since his death. Since then, the country has split between two rival governments.