BENGHAZI, Libya – The U.N. health group says new clashes between opposition Libyan militias for control of a collateral has killed 146 people this month, but observant either they were civilians or fighters.
The World Health Organization pronounced Sunday that 614 others have been bleeding given a contentious Libyan National Army launched a vital troops descent on Apr 5.
The fighting pits a LNA, led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, opposite opposition militias loosely dependent with a diseased U.N.-backed supervision formed in a capital.
The U.N. has pronounced some-more than 13,500 people have been displaced.
The clashes bluster to light polite fight on a scale of a 2011 overthrow that defeated and killed longtime tyrant Moammar Gadhafi. The oil-rich North African nation is separate between opposition governments in a easterly and west.