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Sebha Libya: Calm returns to Sebha after days of violence

Tripoli, Libya - Cautious calm prevailed since Monday in the southern Libyan city of Sabha after days of clashes between soldiers and supporters of the former regime of Mouammar Kadhafi, PANA reported Tuesday, quoting local media reports.


The reports said following the return of normalcy, trucks, loaded with food products, have started to arrive in the city while workers are beginning to clear the streets of the 'debris of war'.

However, the reports said the security situation in the city is still precarious as banks, offices and shops remained closed while Sebha's Health Centre and various community clinics continued to receive patients.

On Monday, the Libyan Prime Minister, Ali Zeidan, set up a Committee, headed by the Labour Minister, to monitor the security situation in Sebha.

Pana 28/01/2014