The Libyan force under commander Khalifa Haftar said it bombed the Zuwara airport because it allegedly housed Turkish-made drones belonging to militias allied with the UN-supported government in Tripoli.
According to several reports, the Libyan National Army (LNA) has set its eyes on advancing into the Salah al-Deen area in Tripoli, amidst widespread condemnation for the worsening humanitarian conditions.
The head of Iraq's Human Rights Commission in Basra, Mahdi al-Tamimi, expressed concerns as the number of poisoned citizens has increased to 80,000. The salinity of the water in Basra has far exceeded the WHO standards for potable water.
According to a report issued last year by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Syrian Civil War has resulted in over 86,000 Syrians suffering from wounds that led to amputation. In order to treat some of those who were injured, prosthetic limbs have been used and their production has doubled since 2014.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) met with representatives of the two Libyan towns of Tawergha and Misrata to discuss the removal of mines from Tawergha in order to ensure a safe return of the Tawerghan's back to their town.
Abdullah, a psychosocial community health worker with a local partner of the International Rescue Committee in Idlib, discusses his work helping families cope with depression and other mental health issues