Ten Libyan citizens and one Sudanese nationality were injured after an air raid by jets affiliated to Dignity Operation led by the retired General Khalifa Haftar in Ajdabiya on Saturday, medical sources reported.
Missiles hit a coffee shop and 2 workshops in the industrial neighborhood Saturday morning. The wounded were signed into Al-Mgarief hospital.
Clashes have been soaring between forces of Shura Council of Ajdabiya Revolutionaries and Dignity Operation after calls for armed demonstrations in mid-December.
More than 30 were killed and dozens wounded in the lines of both sides since clashes erupted earlier this month.
The United Nations special envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler, has severally expressed concern over violence in Ajdabiya that he described them as “war crimes”. He demanded stopping killing of civilians and all to support Libya after signing the political agreement.