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Red Crescent’s work during clashes in Tripoli

The Red Crescent in Tripoli said it had recovered three bodies, exchanged 19 bodies between the fighting parties and evacuated 348 people from areas of clashes in Tripoli between August 27 and September 7.

The Information and Evaluation Office in the Crescent said in a statement issued on Saturday that it had treated 45 cases, housed 19 families of 102 individuals, provided 7488 diapers for children and provided psychological and social support for 24 cases.

The Office added that it had received 7 reports of missing persons and 2,473 phone calls.

 

The Government of National Accord Department of Wounded Affairs announced on Saturday, the toll of clashes south of Tripoli, which amounted to 78 dead and 313 injured.

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