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Fighting between rival tribes that has rocked a southern Libya town for weeks has so far killed more than 31 people since the beginning of May, a medical source said Sunday.Eight of them were killed on the weekend when the violence flared in Sebha, around 600 kilometers south of the capital Tripoli, the source said, adding that 18 others were wounded in the clashes.Since the beginning of May more than 31 people have been killed and 121 wounded in the tribal clashes, the medical source said speaking on condition of anonymity.
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