10,000 missing after Libya floods: Red Cross

10,000 missing after Libya floods: Red Cross

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"We confirm from our independent sources of information that the number of missing people is hitting 10,000 persons so far," Tamer Ramadan, head of the ICRC mission in Libya, said. CE Report quoting Anadolu Agency

"The death toll is huge and might reach thousands," he told reporters in Geneva via video link from Tunis.

More than 3,000 people have been reported dead and thousands remain unaccounted for after floods caused by Storm Daniel struck eastern Libya, according to Libyan officials.

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