Seven people have been killed and 17 others injured in the rocket attacks of Khalifa Haftar’s terrorist militias on the student dormitory in Al-Furnaj, which is hosting internally displaced families, according to the Field Medicine and Support Center in Tripoli.
The center said there was a child from Bangladesh among the persons killed in the shelling on Saturday, adding that he was only five years old, and that there was an unidentified body as well, indicating that another five-year-old child from Bangladesh was injured.
Meanwhile, the spokesman for the center Malik Marseet told Libya Alahrar TV that one paramedic worker and a driver of an ambulance had been injured as they endeavored to give the displaced families a safe corridor out of Haftar’s shelling.
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