Humanitarian agencies in Tripoli are warning of a severe lack of medical assistance in the capital as the number of casualties grows amid heavy fighting...

Jonathan Whittall, the Emergency Co-ordinator for Doctors Without Borders, has been in Tripoli for the past three weeks. He told the Huffington Post UK he was "extremely concerned" at the humanitarian situation in Tripoli...

"We are mobilising medical teams, who are currently on their way from Tunisia. We also have to work around the fact that fighting has not yet stopped, so it is going to be difficult to secure access to hospitals, but we will be working tirelessly to do so." Read full article.