By Jamal Adel.
Tripoli, 30 November 2014:
The government primary and secondary schools in Tobruk have reopened their doors again after just over . . .[restrict]a two-week closure following the suicide bomb attacks in the town that killed five soldiers and 21 civilians 12 November.
Some of the schools had already suspended classes in order to house the growing number of refugees from Benghazi, Warshefana and Zintan. Those from the latter two towns generally stay in Tobruk for a short time — injured soldiers who have had to fly first to Tobruk before making their way to Egypt for treatment, said Tobruk Municipal Council spokesperson Marwan Youni Bakkar.
According to Bakkar, the town intends to move the students at the Salahaddin and Al-Fuyha schools and redistribute them in six other schools in order to provide shelter for the refugees and allow the children to continue with their studies. [/restrict]