Clashes broke out again on Sunday between Toubou and Tuareg tribes in the Libyan city of Ubar despite the ceasefire agreement reached last week between the two tribes.
The cause behind the renewal of the clashes is the violent attack launched by Toubou members against Tuareg members in Ubar, local source said.
This is the second attack after the two parties agreed to ceasefire last week, the source added.
The clashes led to the destruction of a vehicle and the injury of a member of Tuareg tribe, according to the source.
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