Middle East

Libya condemns militia attacks against Tawergha minority

A displaced Libyan woman from the western city of Tawergha walks through the sand, as cars are seen waiting to enter the city, which lies about 250 kilometres east of the capital Tripoli, on February 1, 2018, after armed groups from nearby Misrata set up roadblocks to prevent the return of hundreds of families from the town that supported Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi in the country's 2011 revolution. The 35,000 residents of Tawergha, a town which sided with Kadhafi right up to his fall, have for





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