BBC World Service
Fighting and shelling has continued in Libya despite calls for a ceasefire to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
In the latest incident, shells fell on a residential area in Tripoli, killing one person and wounding several others.
The rocket attack has been blamed on forces loyal to Gen Khalifa Haftar, who launched a siege on the capital a year ago to try to drive out the internationally recognised government.
Recent international efforts to try to create a lasting ceasefire have failed so far - even as both warring factions have taken measures to try to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Libya currently has eight known cases of the virus.
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Many of those killed are reported to be African migrants
"There are hundreds, if not thousands, of displaced families"
The BBC's Feras Kilani reports on the self-styled Libyan National Army's push to seize the capital.
Passengers were evacuated after the air strike on at Mitiga International Airport.