A UN report published on Monday called for accountability for the deaths of 53 migrants in the Tajura Detention Centre, located near the capital Tripoli, which was caused by an LNA airstrike in July 2019.
The United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, met with the Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, on Tuesday to discuss the ongoing clashes in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
Interior minister of Government of National Accord says it is reviewing closure of shelters, release of illegal migrants to ensure their safety, security amid outrage over plight of those still trapped in Libya.
The Government of National Accord (GNA) has strongly condemned the bombing of a migrant centre in Tajoura, near Tripoli, where detainees had been waiting to return home, and accused Khalifa Haftar's forces of being behind it.
A divided UN Security Council failed to condemn deadly attack on a migrant detention centre in Tripoli that killed 44 people. UN Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame said that the attack could constitute a "war crime".
The Tripoli Security Directorate announced on Tuesday that fighting in the south of Tripoli has ended after nearly a month of fierce clashes that left over 115 people dead and 560 others wounded. The Directorate has given displaced people the green light to return to their homes.