The Tripoli-based Government of National Accord has imposed a total curfew in the Libyan capital with the stated aim of halting the spread of Covid-19, though the decision comes in the wake of widespread protests against corruption and poor living conditions.
The U.N. Libya mission (UNSMIL) said more than 16,000 people had been displaced in Tarhouna and southern Tripoli.
Forces aligned with Libya's internationally recognised government seized two towns west of the capital Tripoli.
The camels left Tripoli's port shortly after midnight on Wednesday, and were herded along a highway leading west to the city of Zawiya, some 45 km (30 miles) away, where they arrived on Thursday morning, according to a local merchant.
About 140,000 people have been forced out of their homes
A missile hit the car park of Libya's only functioning airport in Tripoli on Saturday, forcing flights to be grounded for almost three hours...
A Maltese armed forces patrol boat picked up more than 200 migrants from two dinghies in the Mediterranean and was bringing them to Malta...
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