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Serious conflicts kill and wound civilians in Benghazi


Benghazi has witnessed a number of incidents that left civilians and military personnel dead and wounded during the past 24 hours, while another defamed body was received unrecognizable to a main medical center.

A Libyan citizen named Tarek Al-Werfally was killed and 11 were wounded, Saturday, in a shelling on residential areas in Ard-Zwawa and Al-Salmany areas in Benghazi.

Al-Jala hospital announced that Tarek Al-warfally, 32 years, dead. the hospital received the cases on Saturday morning, 9 on the wounded received medical care and are in their homes now who are Abdul-wasee Youssef, Fawzi Adam Al-Dersy, Hany Hasan Al-Mesmary, Kamal Al-zawam, Omran Mohamed Al-klily, Taleb Saleh Masod, Abdulsalam Adam Al-Dersy and Mohamed Mohamed Omar.

Hussien Othman Abu-Bakr, 31, and Farag Mosbah Al-Trabulsy, 63, remain in hospital to receive medical care.

Areas of Ard Qoreesh, Zwawa, and the buildings 206 received shells on Saturday morning.

On Saturday too, an unidentified body arrived at Benghazi medical center, the manager Khalil Quedar announced.

The body was fully fired up due to a shell fall on Zwawa area, the Libyan News agency reported.

According to the media section in the center, the body was transferred to the mortuary until identified by relatives.

Zwawa was subject to attacks by terrorist groups in Al-Sabery area; 2 were killed while 11 were wounded.

Three Special Forces soldiers were wounded in Benghazi after clashes with forces of Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council in Si-Farag area in Benghazi.

The spokesperson of the Libyan Special Forces, Colonel Miloud Al-Zwey, noted that the three soldiers were taken to Al-Jala hospital, the Middle East News Agency reported.

Al-Zwey added that medium light weapons were seized while the forces advanced in Si-Farag area.

Al-Zwey said that the Chief of the Special Forces, Wanes Bukhamada, has banned military personnel in the Special Forces and volunteer fighters from arresting citizens or breaking into houses in Benghazi without a previous authorization.

The decision features that arresting is only made through official warranty from the Special Forces’ chief, the military prosecution, the civil prosecution, or criminal investigators in order not to intimidate citizens.

Violators leave themselves vulnerable to strict military sanctions, Al-Zwey elaborated.