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Seven killed in clashes in Libyan capital, media reported


View of the city of Tripoli, Libya. File photoCAiro, Aug 27Seven people were killed and more than 30 were injured in clashes in the Libyan capital Tripoli between formations of politicians claiming power in the country, the Al-Arabiya TV channel reports. Dbeibeh on the one hand and Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashage, elected by the Parliament, flared up on Friday in Tripoli, intense shooting in the city center began in the morning.The UN condemned the attack by demonstrators on the parliament in eastern LibyaAccording to media reports, formations of commanders close to Bashaga are now approaching Tripoli from three sides. TV reports that they have occupied the territory of Tripoli International Airport. This week, Libyan Prime Minister Fathi Bashaga, elected by Parliament, sent a letter to the head of the Government of National Unity (GNU) of Libya, Abdelhamid Dbeiba, in which he once again demanded that the head of the GNU resign in order to prevent bloodshed in country. In turn, Dbeiba advised Bashaga, who claims power in Tripoli, to focus on participating in the elections. In February, the parliament sitting in eastern Libya voted for the candidacy of former interior minister Fathi Bashaghi for the post of prime minister. In March, ministers from the government formed by Bashaga were sworn in before parliament in the city of Tobruk. The current head of the government of national unity, Abdelhamid Dbeiba, said earlier that he would not transfer power until the presidential election, which threatens the country with another dual power. In May, Bashaga, appointed by the parliament to head the Libyan government, after an unsuccessful attempt to locate the cabinet in Tripoli, said that the government would start working in the city of Sirte. extended the mission in Libya

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