Libya + 3 more

Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: Unrest Situation Report No. 4

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I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convened a meeting of United Nations agencies and regional organizations to discuss a coordinated approach to the humanitarian situation in and around Libya. He intends to appoint a special envoy responsible for coordinating the relief effort.

- According to IOM, 172,874 people, mainly migrant workers, have left Libya to date.

- The OCHA-led joint United Nations rapid assessment reported little evidence of destruction between the Egyptian border and Benghazi. There are concerns over the implications a fuel-supply cut will have on the continuity of water and power supplies for critical infrastructure.

- According to the Financial Tracking Service, US$35.6 million has been contributed and $10 million pledged from donors in response to the crisis.

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