Human Rights Solidarity has documented 531 victims of violence in different Libyan areas from January to August 2017.
In a report issued on last Thursday, the human rights body said that abduction victims reached 55% out of the incidents, followed by 40 % in murder and assassination incidents.
The geographical distribution of the violent acts were reported as 57% in the eastern region, 25% in the western region and 18% in the southern one.
The Sabratha reconciliation committee said Friday that negotiations were still underway with the IS Fighting Room for a ceasefire in the city, while the Brigade 48 had agreed to it and expressed willingness to stop the fighting.
Meanwhile, in a televised statement, the Head of the Sabratha Military Council Taher Al-Gharabli said that an uneasy calm had descended on the city and was followed by renewed fighting.