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More mass graves discovered in Tarhouna, Libya

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Libya Observer reports that five new locations of mass graves were discovered in Tarhouna; south of Tripoli.

The director of the media office of the authority of finding the missing Abdelaziz Al-Jaafari said that the teams of the authority had been working on recovering the bodies and remains from the mass graves, saying they had recovered 4 remains and the remaining numbers would be announced afterwards.

Meanwhile, the Libyan Red Crescent in Derna announced Thursday recovering 33 unidentified bodies from a mass grave in Al-Fatayeh area in the city.

The Red crescent said the bodies had been transferred to the morgue of Al-Harish Hospital for forensic operations, explaining that after the work of the forensics is finished, the bodies would be buried in coordination with the cemetery management in Al-Fatayeh in Derna.

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