Severe tribal clashes injure many in Libya

  • November 21, 2016

The four days of fighting between two rival tribes in the southern Libyan town of Sebha claims at least 21lives and hundreds wounded. The fights occured between the Awled Suleiman tribe and the tribe of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi of the Guedadfa tribe. The reasons for the conflict remain cloudy. The clashes erupted on Thursday after a monkey belonging to a member of one of the two tribes assaulted a schoolgirl whose family came from the rival tribe.

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