2. The clash marked the deadliest outbreak of violence in Libya’s capital since the 2011 revolution that ousted Muammar Gaddafi.
3. “The demonstration was peaceful and had been permitted by the Interior Ministry, and then the protesters were fired on when they entered [the militia’s district],” Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said in a TV interview Friday.
5. The number of injured and dead is expected to rise overnight.
Scenes from morgue/Bou sleem hospital tonight- all other shots too graphic to share #Tripoli
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