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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Crisis Situation Report No. 39
This report produced by OCHA Libya in collaboration with humanitarian partners, covering the period of 19 May to 23 May. The next report will be issued on or around 26 May.
I. HIGHLIGHTS / KEY PRIORITIES
• The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator and a team including IOM, WHO and UNDSS, traveled to Tripoli from 20 – 22 May to discuss the return of an international humanitarian presence in the capital.
• In the Western Mountains area, the most affected populations are around Yafran, Al Qaala and Kekla.
• A fire overnight at Choucha Camp on the Tunisian-Libyan border resulted in the deaths of four camp residents and one injured.
• An IOM ship evacuated 785 people from Misrata, and delivered 300 metric tons of cargo including a field hospital and other medical supplies.
• The US$407 million revised Regional Flash Appeal for the Libyan Crisis is currently funded at 44 percent with US$179 million committed and $3.6 million in pledges.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Explosions rock Libyan town of Zintan; EU foreign policy chief arrives
“Treating wounded at Hikma hospital’s intensive care unit in Misrata. 5 to be evacuated to soon.”
“Destruction on Tripoli Street, Misrata.”
“Libyan army tank that was hidden in vegetable market, hit by NATO aircraft in Misrata.”
“In al-Hikma hospital, 22 year old fighter severely wounded outside Misrata yesterday, Saturday.”
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
and 2 othersLibyan Arab Jamahiriya - Crisis Situation Report No. 37
- To date around 14,000 people have arrived by boat to Italy and Malta from Libya. At least 1,200 people have died during the journey or are missing.
- Fuel scarcity continues across Libya.
- The number of people remaining at the camps near the Ras Ajdir, at the Tunisia border, is the lowest since the beginning of the crisis at 2,375 people.
- Some 51,647 Libyans crossed into Tunisia at Dehibat border point. Most are staying with host communities.
- The Revised Flash Appeal for the Libyan Crisis will be launched by the Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ms. Valerie Amos, in Geneva on 18 May.