Rome, September 14, 2023 – Massacre. There are no other ways to determine traces Floods in Libya. The number of deaths from Floods As time passes, satellite images of the coast, before and after the disaster, are impressive. Recent bulletins speak of at least 5,500 dead and 7,000 wounded, according to emergency services in Tripoli. Spokesman Osama Ali said that it was not yet possible to determine the final number of victims, as bodies were still being recovered from the affected areas. Dozens were returned from the sea. It is feared that the number of deaths may range between eighteen thousand and twenty thousand. According to the latest estimates, the number of missing people reaches about 10,000, while the number of displaced people reaches about 30,000.
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to tuber The situation is terrible. The city mayor launched an appeal: experts are needed to recover the bodies of the victims. Rescue services are demanding more body bags. International aid slowly began arriving in the coastal city.
Derna Governor Abdel Moneim Al-Ghaithi said: “We actually need teams specialized in recovering bodies. I fear that the city will be infected with the epidemic due to the large number of bodies under the rubble and in the water.” For his part, the director of the rescue team, Lutfi Al-Misrati, told Al Jazeera: “We need body bags.”
The story of the Honorary Consul of Italy, Hussein Al-Mabrouk, a Libyan who obtained Italian citizenship by merit, is painful. “I went to Derna and I’m trying to get out, but it takes hours, the roads are all closed – the whole story messenger “It is an absolute disaster, and people are still underground.”
The disaster was caused by Storm Daniel, which brought heavy rains to the North African country in recent days. What followed was what was described as the worst flood recorded in recent times. Among the affected cities are Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar, Benghazi and Misrata. Although it was Derna that suffered the most damage, after the waters resulting from the floods submerged various neighborhoods. Two dams collapsed upstream.
Storm Daniel caused deaths everywhere in the southern Mediterranean, resulting in 27 victims in Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria. Dramatic numbers, but they are almost insignificant compared to the Libyan massacre.
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