Survivors are still being found six days after the Libyan floods, providing a “ray of hope” for the country as 10,000 people remain missing, according to political analyst Abdulkader Assad.
Catastrophic floods ravaged eastern Libya after Storm Daniel moving through the Mediterranean.
“The numbers are still talking about 10,000 missing persons, but the number of officially documented deaths is somewhere in the neighbourhood of 5,000.
“So from 3,000 into 5,000 bodies that have been actually documented to be found in the area.
“Especially of course, the most of them are in Derna city.”