Libyan capital, under siege, gets water back after 2 days

Libyan capital, under siege, gets water back after 2 days

Authorities say the Libyan capital of Tripoli, which has been under attack by commander Khalifa Hifter’s forces since last month, has seen its water supplies resume two days after gunmen shut the pipes down. Gunmen on Sunday stormed the offices of a water distribution agency shut it at gunpoint. Fighting in Tripoli has killed at least 510 people, forced 75,000 out of their homes.

Timothy
Timothy
Stal
Stal 1 year

Libya was better off under Gaddafi until the US intervened. Same with Iraq under Saddam Hussein. Some countries are better left off under a dictatorship. But the US screws them over and over. And now Venezuela's a case in point

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