An image allegedly shows ISIS fighters running toward what they say is a power plant in the southern Libyan city of Sirte after ISIS claimed to have seized full control of the city from Fajr Libya militia. AFP/HO/SITE INTELLIGENCE GROUP
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All sides in Libya's multiple armed conflicts are committing breaches of international law that may amount to war crimes, including abductions, torture and the killing of civilians, according to a U.N. report.Libya is locked in a conflict between two governments and the many armed factions that back them.All parties to the conflicts were violating international human rights law by committing indiscriminate attacks that harmed civilians, including summary executions, arbitrary imprisonment and use of torture, the U.N. report said.
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