Hundreds of migrants have been sleeping outside the Tajoura detention centre for fear of another attack.
Survivors of the deadly air strikes on a migrant detention centre in Tajoura, Libya that killed at least 60 people have protested and asked for urgent evacuation.
Since the attack on Tuesday evening, hundreds of migrants and refugees from Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia and other countries have been sleeping outside the Tajoura detention centre, in east Tripoli, reluctant to return inside for fear of another attack.
The Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) has blamed renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar for the attacks, while a spokesperson for his self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) denied it was responsible.
Six survivors still in Tajoura, communicating with Al Jazeera using hidden phones and wishing to remain anonymous, said some migrants were staging a hunger strike.
“We haven’t eaten since yesterday morning. We are fasting… until they make a decision,” said one man.
“We don’t need food. The only solution is to get us out of here. We need evacuation to a safe place.”
The survivors said they remain frightened even though doctors visited the location to give medical and psychological assistance.