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International condemnation of the Benghazi bombings

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemned, on Tuesday the bombings in Al-Salmani area in ​​Benghazi, which killed dozens of people.

“Direct or indiscriminate attacks against #civilians are prohibited under international humanitarian law and constitute war crimes”, said the mission on Twitter.

The embassies of Italy and the United Kingdom in Libya condemned the bombings that targeted civilians in Benghazi, expressing their condolences to the families of the victims and calling for the unification of forces to combat terrorism, according to the official account of the two embassies on Twitter.


Two car bombs blew up, on Tuesday in Al-Salmani area in ​​Benghazi, leaving more than 30 dead and 90 injured.

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