Khalifa Haftar's artillery weapons attacked southern Tripoli neighborhoods, including Salah Al-Deen where two civilians were killed and others were wounded, media office of Volcano of Rage Operation said.
The spokesman for Ministry of Health Fawzi Awnis confirmed that two bodies arrived Sunday in a field hospital in Tripoli, saying they were killed in random shelling on Salah Al-Deen neighborhood.
Awnis added that ambulances were searching for injured civilians in the area of the artillery shelling.
An uneasy calm has prevailed on frontlines in southern Tripoli over the last days in what one source described "huge mobilization by Haftar's forces to wage a crippling attack."
A warplane for Haftar's forces hit Libyan Army positions in Souq Al-Khamis without any casualties reported, as sources confirmed that the Libyan Army holds the same positions and Haftar's forces didn't control Cement Factory in the area.
Meanwhile, the commander of Anti-terrorism Ali Abuzayan said Libyan Army blocked an advance attempt by Haftar's forces on Wadi Rabea frontline.