Libya’s U.N. Backed government of National accord called for an end to the fighting and to move to political dialogue with Eastern Libyan Commander Khalifa Haftar.
In a News Conference in Tripoli, Interior Minister, Fathi Bashaga, heavily condemned the bombing of civilian areas, including Schools and the latest demolition of a book storage unit carrying books for the upcoming academic year.
With fighting between the two sides entering its second week, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Siala, added that lna troops must depart the Capital in order to make way for a political resolution and ceasefire.
The World Health Organization said has said that at least 174 people have been killed and 758 wounded in the battle for control over the Libyan Capital Tripoli.
Fighting broke out on April 4 when Military Strongman Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive to take Tripoli.