Between one and two civilians were allegedly killed and up to five more injured by LNA shelling on the Hadaba Al Badri neighbourhood of Tripoli.
Al Wasat said: “The media advisor to the Ministry of Health in the Government of Al-Wefaq, Amin Al-Hashemi, announced in a statement to Al Wasat ‘the death of a civilian and the wounding of two others so far as a result of shells falling in Al Hadaba Al Badri’ south of the capital, Tripoli.
Al-Hashemi explained that the dead man was called Abdul Karim Abdullah (M), and the two injured were called Abdul-Basit Muhammad Faraj Atiya (M), and the other one was named Ramzi Muhammad Al-Shaft (M).”
Hona Souq Al-Khmies posted: “Three random bombs fell on the Badri plateau area, one person died and three were injured on their way to the medical hospital.”
Ewan Libya wrote: “The Operation ‘Burkan Al Ghadab’ announced ‘the death of two citizens and the injury of others as a result of the fall of shells’ launched by the General Command forces on Al Hadaba Al Badri area yesterday evening Wednesday.”
Libya Alahrar TV reported: “The Libyan Liberal Reporter in Tripoli confirmed that the death toll from the bombing of Haftar militias on the Hadaba region has increased from two civilians to two martyrs and five wounded.
Our correspondent confirmed that there was property damage to citizens in the Hadaba region, including a number of cars and homes, as a result of indiscriminate shells fired by Haftar militias on the area.”
The Libya Observer said: “Khalifa Haftar’s indiscriminate rocket attack targeted Wednesday night Al-Hadba Al-Badri area in south Tripoli, leaving two civilians killed and five others wounded.
A source from Burkan Al-Ghadab (Volcano of Rage) operation said Haftar’s forces near Yarmouk Camp in southern Tripoli targeted Al-Hadba Al-Badri area in a new breach of the ceasefire, adding that one of the injured persons is at the intensive care unit.
The attack at night left the residents in panic and caused damage to cars and houses of several people living in Al-Hadba Al-Badri, eyewitnesses said.”
The incident occured during the night.
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Geolocation notes (1) [ collapse]
Reports of the incident mention the neighbourhood of Al Hadaba Al Badri (الهضبة البدري), for which the generic coordinates are: 32.836207, 13.21315. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.