July 29, 2016

Hundreds of interviews with people rescued at sea by MSF during 2015 and 2016 have exposed the alarming level of violence and exploitation to which refugees, asylum seekers and migrants are subjected in Libya. Many of those we have rescued report having directly experienced violence in the country, while almost all report witnessing extreme violence against refugees and migrants, including beatings, sexual violence and murder.

Tensions continue, Misrata still volatile

4,000 in temporary camp face uncertain future

Rockets land 100 metres from hospital

Surgery and help for mental trauma among needs

Trauma surgery, mental health support among needs

MSF head of mission speaks from Tripoli

Staff help with triage, trauma surgery

The situation remains very tense in Tripoli despite the fact that more areas of the city are becoming accessible to medical aid.

Local hospital is “overrun with wounded”