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Libya reopens Sebha, a Southern airport

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Friday, August 16th- The Libyan airport in the main southern city of Sebha that has been closed since January 2014 due to security reasons is now finally reopened.

Our source confirmed that a commercial flight has already landed from the main eastern city of Benghazi in Sebha airport.

Since the toppling of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, South Libya have experienced worse insecurity and conflict than other North African Countries.

At least ninety people have been killed and six thousand five hundred have been displaced since fight broke out between different tribes in August in Murzug town to the west of Sebha. Said United Nations.

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