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more gruesome details are emerging about the deadly as strike that hits a Libyan a migrant detention center the U. N. said on Thursday it's had information the Libyan god shelter refugees and migrants trying to flee from the S. strikes the number of dead is risen to at least fifty three people including six children bodies is still being recovered from the rubble there were two S. strikes late on Tuesday one hitting an unoccupied carriage and the other a hang a containing around a hundred and twenty refugees and migrants the detention center for mainly African migrants is in a suburb of the Libyan capital Tripoli and is also close to a military base , three months ago Houston forces on the highly for a half tall launched a ground and aerial offensive to take Tripoli the base of Libya's internationally recognized government that's government blames the S. strikes on Haftar he is pointing the finger at Tripoli allied malicious U. and officials say the S. strikes may have constituted a war crime the international body has repeatedly said Libya is not a safe place for rescued migrants to be sent back to