At least four persons were killed and seven more wounded in clashes between two Libyan tribes in the southwestern city of Obari Sunday night.
Bodies of the dead from the tribes of al Tabu and al Tawareq were moved to al Madina Hospital, a local source said.
He said wounds of those injured varied from light to severe.
The two rival tribes had signed a reconciliation agreement in Doha but fighting in the city of Obari still persisted.
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