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Al-Qadhi: We found internationally banned cluster bombs among the remnants of the war on Tripoli.

The director of the explosives and explosives handling department at the National Safety Authority, Colonel Ali Al-Taher Al-Qadhi, confirmed Thursday that cluster bombs, which are banned for use internationally, were found among the remnants of the war on Tripoli.

Alghadi added, in an interview with Arraed, that the last cluster bomb was found was 10 days ago, and it was disposed of at one of the destruction sites, with a severe explosion.

Alghadi pointed out that the number of daily reports from citizens about the presence of mines and weapons remnants reached 50 reports, especially after the government gave permission for the displaced to return to their homes in southern Tripoli, to the extent that “we are unable to continue working, due to the large number of reports and their seriousness sometimes, especially since most of them are Reports of booby traps, and this is outside our competence as real management.

It is worth noting that “Human Rights Watch” confirmed in a report last February, Haftar’s militia use of cluster munitions in a residential area in Tripoli.

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