Fathia, a 6-year-old girl, has become the latest victim of UAE airstrikes on Ganfouda neighbourhood of Benghazi.
Telling her heartbreaking story, Fathia said she was folding her clothes at her room when an airstrike struck their home.
"I heard the aircraft, I thought it will strike away from our house, but suddenly it struck ours. My father, my sister and her child were killed," she said.
"I have no clothes, I came here naked," she added.
Gardah Municipal Council said Monday US airstrikes had struck houses in the town killing at least 7 people.
Mayor Hassan Maatouk said the Monday night airstrikes caused panic among the locals and destroyed more than 10 houses leaving more than 40 people wounded. He described the humanitarian situation in the town as desperate.
"The airstrikes left the residents no choice but to sleep with no shelter and that the injured received medical treatment 30 kms away in Barak Al-Shatee region." He added.
The Libya Observer was at the Kashaf theatre in Tripoli city center to talk to the organisers of the Pleiades Scientific Festival and hear some of the reactions from the visitors
Supermoon lights up the skies of Libya on Monday.
17 Dignity Operation militants were killed and more than 33 others wounded in fresh clashes against Shura Council fighters in Benghazi on Monday.
Using tanks and armoured vehicles, the Dignity Operation militants advanced toward Gawarsha district early in the day, but they were forced to retreat under the heavy fire of Shura fighters, who are still in control of the entire district.
About 5000 displaced families have gone back to their houses in Sirte by last weekend, said Sirte municipal member, Fawzi Abu Zaid.
Abu Zaid said Monday that those families were temporarily living in Sirte suburbs, in Misrata, Abu Grein, Al-Wishka, Zliten, Bani Walid, Tarhouna and Al-Khums.
Two new government appointments of UN-installed Presidency Council have sparked anger in social media after close relatives of Tobruk Parliament MPs were picked for the new government line-up.
On Sunday, the PC named Osama Hammad as Minister-designate of the Ministry of Finance, Abu Baker Al-Jafal as Undersecretary of Finance Ministry, Abdul-Bari Shinbaro as Undersecretary of Local Government Ministry, and Tareq Abu Nasira as Undersecretary of Foreign Ministry.
A number of local publishing houses have been tasked with printing the still-needed schoolbooks in coordination with the Tripoli and Benghazi Syllabus Administrations, confirmed the media spokesman of the UN-proposed government’s Education Ministry, Ramadan Al-Ghadwi.
Al-Ghadwi added that some of the school subjects’ books are available with no sufficient quantity to be distributed to all students.
“The schoolbooks we have are being distributed to students across the country.” He explained.
After rushing to congratulate the US President-elect, Donald Trump, for his win over Hillary Clinton, members of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives, who are pro-Khalifa Haftar’s Dignity Operation, said they find Trump as Libya’s savior who will help them end the country’s current crises.
Libya celebrated World Diabetes Day 2016 on Monday with free medical check-ups and blood sugar tests in the capital Tripoli