Thousands have been displaced by the violence and dozens killed in the past week

The UN says the rival Militia factions that have been fighting in Libya’s capital Tripoli for the past week have agreed to a ceasefire.

Officials say at least 47 people have been killed and about a Thousand 800 Families internally displaced by the violence.

Last week, a Ceasefire deal announced by officials from Western Cities only lasted a few hours.

A UN-backed government is nominally in power in the capital, but Militias occupy much of the country.

This is the third attempt to end the outbreak of violence in Tripoli as the first two cease fires were broken almost immediately.

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