CAIRO (AP) — Libyan well being authorities say an airstrike hit a subject hospital south of the capital, Tripoli, killing no less than 4 medical doctors and a paramedic.
Malek Merset, a spokesman for the well being ministry of the U.N.-supported authorities, says the assault passed off late Saturday within the Zawya district.
Forces based mostly within the nation’s east are at present preventing for management of the capital’s southern outskirts in opposition to militias allied with the Tripoli-based authorities.
Well being authorities didn’t say which aspect was behind the airstrike, which wounded eight well being staff.
The Tripoli-based authorities blamed the airstrike on the self-styled Libyan Nationwide Military, led by commander Khalifa Hifter. The LNA couldn’t instantly be reached for remark.
Hifter’s LNA started its offensive on Tripoli in early April. In previous weeks, the battle strains have modified little.