At least one woman has died and a dozen were wounded during shelling on the Libyan capital Tripoli on Thursday, according to the internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA).
Several homes and multiple cars sustained damage, including smashed windows and shrapnel threading exteriors.
The GNA blamed militias led by Libyan National Army (LNA) commander Khalifa Haftar for the... Еще attack. They categorised it as another violation of the ceasefire brokered earlier this year.
In turn, the LNA accused fighters aligned with the GNA for «indiscriminate shelling» that led to a woman's death in the university quarter.
The attack on Wednesday is the second shelling in two days, as violence appears to be escalating. Flights have been suspended from Tripoli airport following rocket attacks allegedly from forces loyal to Haftar.
The capital has been under siege since last year, as the GNA and LNA battle it out for control of the country.