The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons confirmed on Tuesday the identity of three remains that were recovered earlier from mass graves.

The relevant committee concerned with the DNA results reviewed the initial reports of forensic medicine and audits before comparing them with the DNA results obtained from the relative laboratories.

Following the procedures, three new cases were identified, the authority said in a Facebook statement.

The authority indicated that it would send its reports to the Attorney General's Office.

The head of the Standing Committee concerned with the DNA results, Kamal Al-Siwi, had confirmed that work crews collected 14,000 specimens from families of victims from across Libyan cities, noting that those registered officially amount to (3560), including 350 from Tarhuna.