By Saber Ayyub.
Tripoli, 17 February 2016:
It has been disclosed that a Tawerghan woman was shot dead by gunmen when tbey broke . . .[restrict]into the Tawerghan refugee camp in Tripoli’s Falah district on Monday night and started firing.
In response, the Tawergh local council has said it holds the Libya authorities as well as the international community responsible for her death as well as for all the other human rights violations suffered by the displaced Tawerghans.
Naming the victim as Halima Abubakr Faghi, a mother of three and whose husband is allegedly currently held prisoner in Misrata, the council said it did not know if she was deliberately targeted or caught in the firing when the militiamen stormed the camp.
The council is largely based in the the squalid Falah camp, one of the main accommodation centres for the displaced Tawerghans. Over the past four years, it has been subject to numerous attacks, almost always by Misratan forces, in which several Tawerghans have either been killed or seized and taken away. [/restrict]