Dozens of migrants that survived airstrikes aimed at their detention centre in Tajoura, which reportedly left at least 53 people dead, continued protests demanding their immediate evacuation, with some going on hunger strike.
Footage filmed on Monday, shows migrants holding up placards and chanting slogans together, demanding freedom, evacuation from the facility, and a safe refuge to stay in... Еще.
Mattresses and make-shift sleeping quarters can be seen out in the open air, as the buildings used to house the migrants remain damaged from the airstrikes.
According to reports, the detention centre housed approximately 600 migrants at the time of the airstrikes last Tuesday. The United Nations-backed Government of National Accord blamed the attack on the Libyan National Army (LNA), while the LNA denies responsibility.