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The Romanian Embassy is among the few diplomatic missions still remaining open in Lybia


The Romanian embassy is among the few diplomatic missions still open in Tripoli, where confrontations between rival Islamic militia finalised, according to the estimates, with almost 200 dead, in the two last weeks, the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero writes in its online issue.According to the diplomatic sources quoted in the Italian press, the only embassies still open in Tripoli are those of Romania, Italy, Malta, the UK and Hungary.


The terrorist group Ansar al-Sharia announced on Friday, according to Al-Arabiya that they have control over the rebel town Benghazi, where ‘ the Islamic emirate’was proclaimed.Lybia risks to be confronted with a bloody civil war’ the Italian Foreign Affairs Ministry warns.

The result of the confrontations between the rival Islamic militia is estimated at almost 200 dead and 400 injured, in two weeks, and the airport in Tripoli is destroyed’ stated Federica Mogherini, the Italian minister of Foreign Affairs.


Sources in the Italian intelligence services warn that the Lybian Islamists could use the planes on the Tripoli airport to commit suicidal attacks in Western countries, Italy being among the aimed targets.