Libyan Humanitarian Worker: Death Toll of Floods May Exceed 5000
Devastating floods engulfed several cities in eastern Libya following the impact of Mediterranean storm Daniel. The North African nation has witnessed a tragic loss of over 2000 lives, with thousands still unaccounted for, according to the prime minister of the Benghazi-based government. Meanwhile, with rescue operations are underway, workers are facing challenges due to severed communication lines and power outages. For more, VOA’s Hassuna Baishu spoke to Rami Musa, a humanitarian worker based in Benghazi, who said that the actual casualties may surpass official reports, potentially reaching up to 5,000.