A member of the Libyan forces of the National Accord patrols Sirte's Al-Giza Al-Bahriya district on Dec 20, 2016 after they drove the Islamic State (IS) group out of its Libyan stronghold earlier this month. (MAHMUD TURKIA / AFP)
TRIPOLI — Libyan security forces have found a mass grave near the city of Sirte containing 110 bodies, local media reported on Saturday.
On Tuesday, a mass grave containing 75 bodies was found west of Sirte, according to a military source
According to al-Wasat news website, the bodies were buried two years ago, and cell phones and cash were also found buried with the bodies.
On Tuesday, a mass grave containing 75 bodies was found west of Sirte, according to a military source.
Another grave containing 40 bodies was also found in Sirte on Thursday, the Libyan Red Crescent Society said.
The coastal city of Sirte, located some 450 km east of the capital Tripoli, had witnessed months of fighting between forces allied with the UN-backed government and the Islamic State militants, which ended in December 2015 with the government forces taking over the city.
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