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The Countries of France, Italy, Britain and America condemn the shelling of Derna, and called for the entry of humanitarian aid

France, Italy, Britain and the United States condemned the aerial bombardment of the city of Derna last Monday, which killed at least 15 civilians and injured more than 20 people, mostly women and children.
On Wednesday, a joint statement was issued by the collective ambassadors on the US embassy’s Facebook page calling for immediate humanitarian assistance to help the wounded and prevent further the suffering Derna.
In another context, the ambassadors also condemned what they described as a horrific murder without trial of the 36 men in Abayar area whose bodies were discovered on 24 October.
The ambassadors also appealed to the leaders of Operation Dignity to ensure that the Libyan people are informed of the results of the investigations, after announcing two days ago that they were to open an investigation into the incident.
They stressed that their countries are closely monitoring the conflict in Libya, stressing the need to fully investigate the suspects of extrajudicial executions or torture
The ambassadors explained that they would continue their efforts at the international level to take appropriate action against those involved in violations of international human rights and humanitarian law,
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