The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has documented 9 deaths and 17 injuries of civilians in Libya last June.

"9 deaths and 17 injuries occurred during the conduct of hostilities across Libya." UNSMIL said in a report published on Saturday.

According to the report, most of civilian casualties were caused by gunfire - 7 deaths and 12 injuries - followed in the second place by Explosive Remnants of War - 2 deaths - and a Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device - 4 injuries.

According to the report, one civilian sustained a stabbing injury.

The UNSMIL clarified that it had not included in the report the figures of those casualties that are not a direct result of hostilities, including executions after capture, torture or abductions.

Benghazi was the first on the list of incidents with three civilians killed, and seven others injured, while Al-Zawiya came second with two civilians killed.

Misrata, Hun, Sabha, and Tripoli registered one death each.

June's statistics of the UNSMIL registered a lesser number of victims compared with May, which registered - according to UNSMIL's May report - 18 deaths and 50 injuries among civilians; the highest rate during 2017 so far.