Libyan children point at a hole on the wall of a house at a former Libyan army camp known as Camp 27, following reportedly clashes between rival militias, in the capital Tripoli August 11, 2014. (AFP Photo/Mahmoud Turkia)
TRIPOLI: At least five people were killed and families were forced from their homes when rockets hit neighborhoods in western Tripoli during clashes between rival armed factions, officials and witnesses said Wednesday.
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