By Ajnadin Mustafa and Mustafa Khalifa.
Tripoli/Ghat, 7 August 2015:
A 20-year old women, named as Mona Ramadan, was killed in Sebha yesterday . . .[restrict]in crossfire when gunmen shot at another vehicle. She was travelling with her family in a taxi in the southern town’s Sukara district when the attackers, thought to be carjackers, started fired randomly in the direction of another vehicle. She was hit and died before reaching hospital.
The attackers fled.
Meanwhile, Sebha Municipal Council has warned Qaddafi loyalists who have been demonstrating in the town that violence and the use of weapons will not be tolerated and that they must protest peacefully. Accusing them of random shooting, including firing missiles, the council called on the police and Misrata’s Third Force deployed in Sebha to deal with the situation.
They in turn have threatened the supporters of the former regime that any violence will be dealt with severely.
The demonstrators have been protesting against the death sentences handed out last week to Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi, Abdullah Senussi and other members of the Qaddafi regime. [/restrict]