Libya: UN Chief 'Alarmed' By Violations of UN-Backed Ceasefire in Libya | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Libya: UN Chief 'Alarmed' By Violations of UN-Backed Ceasefire in Libya

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres stated on Friday that he is "alarmed by the increasing number of violations of the ceasefire" in the capital of Libya, Tripoli, which has led to the death of dozens of civilians.

Violence escalated in the city in August, with rival militias fighting and with tanks and heavy artillery deployed into residential neighborhoods. News reports indicate that, to date, over 100 Libyans have been killed in the violence and dozens more injured.

The Secretary-General extended his condolences to those who have lost loved ones and wishes a speedy recovery to those injured as a result of the continuing violence.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Any intelligent person could see this violence coming from miles away, after the assassination of Qaddafi.

And Un President Gutteres, expressing "alarm" at the current situation means that you have absolutely zero way of stopping or controlling it.

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