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UNICEF condemns the killing of a child as a result of a mine explosion, and affirms that half a million people are exposed to the same danger.

UNICEF revealed that more than half a million people in Libya are exposed to dangerous mines planted in several areas south of Tripoli.

In a statement about the killing of a child in Ain Zara as a result of a mine explosion, the organization said that 63 thousand displaced persons, 123 thousand returnees, 145 thousand non-displaced Libyans, 135 thousand immigrants and 40 thousand refugees are exposed to this danger.

On Thursday, the ambulance and emergency services announced that a child was killed and his two brothers were seriously injured. As a result of the explosion of a landmine in the “Arbaa Shawraa Aliwa” district , in the Ain Zara area.

The organization expressed its grave concern over the killing of the 14-year-old boy and the serious injury of his two brothers, aged between 8-14; They were takeen to intensive care.

The southern Tripoli area suffers from mines planted by Haftar’s militias and the mercenaries of “Wagner” before these militias fled Tripoli. they killed more than 75 civilians.

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