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REPORT FROM THE LIBYA/TUNISIA BORDER

Reports from inside Libya detail more fighting today between government and rebel forces, and hundreds of new casualties. Hospitals face critical supply and staff shortages.

The escalating violence places millions of men, women, and children in danger. Already 180,000 people have fled Libya. Many are stranded at the borders without basic amenities and medical care.

As a first-responder to this crisis, our emergency response teams inside Libya and at the Tunisian border are currently assessing the needs on the ground. Today we spoke with Michelle Kayaleh, who is at the border in Tunisia.



 

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