The personnel of the Libyan judiciary police suspended their strike that was announced in all branches across the country, adding in a statement that the suspended strike was a result of communication with the Government of National Unity, Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance to tackle the demands of the police personnel and those of the inmates of rehabilitation facilities.
The personnel said they believe that the government and Justice Ministry are honest about the materialization of their legitimate demands.
The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, reiterated Wednesday rejection to war in the country, saying his government is still clinging to peace and dialogue to build Libya.
Dbeibah added in a cabinet meeting that many parties are talking about war, fighting and entering Tripoli but his government is adamant in rejection fighting among Libyans.
At least six children have been injured as a result of random shootings and shelling in Benghazi east of Libya, the city's main medical centre has confirmed.
The victims include children aged between three and five years old, Benghazi Medical Center disclosed in a press release, confirming that they were brought to the centre to receive treatment.
Two children were shot in the head, and one of them is reportedly in a critical condition.