At least 47 people were killed and other 181 people were wounded in military confrontations on the outskirts of Tripoli, the capital city of Libya, according to the World Health Organization.
Some of the victims are civilians, including two doctors, according to World Health Organization representative Tarik Jasarevic.
The United Nations fear that civilians might be used as human shields in the military confrontations.
“The Libyan people is between many guerilla groups and most vulnerable suffer the most serious abuse. I urge all parties to avoid new violence” Michelle Bachelet said.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from Tripoli because of the military confrontations. United Nations refugees officials are on the field and will take measures to save people who are captive in the areas where the military confrontations are happening.
Military confrontations are happening on the outskirts of Tripoli between the paramilitary group The Libyan National Army lead by Khalifa Haftar and the troops of the Government recognized by the international community.