UN: Ghadduwah town attack should unite all Libyans
The Deputy Spokesperson of the UN Secretary General, Farhan Haq, said ISIS attack on Ghadduwah town in southern Libya is yet another reason why a ceasefire must take effect in the country.
Haq voiced concern about the ISIS attack in Libya's south as it had left several civilians killed, calling for the return to the political process as it is the only way that can unite Libyans so they fight terrorism together,
Meanwhile, ISIS-linked social media pages said the terrorist group is responsible for the Ghadduwah attack on Thursday, showing in photos several militants whom they said were part of the attack.
The terrorist attack left three people killed, including a former diplomat, Ali AAl-Bakoush, and a fourth one was kidnapped, in addition to several houses being set ablaze.