Between one and three civilians were reported killed due to indiscriminate artillery shelling in the Al Sabaa neighbourhood of Tripoli.
Libya Alaan wrote on Facebook that “a shell just has landed on a marble factory in the Al Sabaa area and killed one and injured three.”
Libya 24 reported that the man was Sudanese and it was a metal workshop, not the marble factory.
Afrigate News referred to the spokesperson for ambulance and emergency: “Ali said in a statement to Afrigate News that the clashes on Thursday left nine dead, including two civilians and 13 wounded, including four civilians, indicating that this is an initial outcome of what was transferred to the ambulance and emergency.
Ali pointed to a shell falling on a blacksmith workshop in the area of Al Sabaa, indicating that it left one dead (Bangladeshi nationality) and two wounded, one of them in serious condition.”
Local media reports point at GNA-affiliated militias or the 7th Brigade as the perpetrator.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Reports of the incident mention a Marble Factory being struck within the Sabaa neighbourhood, for which the generic coordinates are: 32.857440, 13.262258. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.