17-year-old boy killed in clashes between Deterrence and Stability Support forces in Tripoli

Armed clashes that took place in separate points in the center of the capital, Tripoli, Thursday, between two armed factions, resulted in the killing of a 17-year-old boy – according to the Libyan Crimes Watch.

The non-governmental organization said that it had monitored – on Friday – “the death of the young man, “Abdullah Omar Abdullah”, as a result of his wounds after being shot near Al-Madar Street in central Tripoli on Thursday, during armed clashes between the Deterrence Force and Stability Support Authority of the Presidential Council.”

The organization held the Presidential Council and the Government of National Unity responsible for what it described as (the crime), and added: “We hold them responsible for the lawlessness and endangering the lives of civilians, and we demand the Public Prosecutor to open an urgent investigation to hold the perpetrators accountable.”

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