At gates of Libya's war, a Tripoli hospital struggles to cope

Source: MSN International Edition - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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99% Conservative


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Policies:

Government Interference
War on Terrorism
Sanctuary Cities
Assisted Suicide
Religious Freedom

Sentiments

96% "At the end of a summit in Berlin on Sunday, external powers with stakes in Libya's conflict promised to no longer interfere and to ..."
93% "A specialist can receive 400 cases per day.""
88% "It was established to receive and care for 300 emergency cases at a time, but on some days, we treat 3,000.""
70% "Instead, it is the norm, for a facility flooded daily by the sick and wounded.""
69% "Military stalemate swiftly ensued.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

96% : At the end of a summit in Berlin on Sunday, external powers with stakes in Libya's conflict promised to no longer interfere and to respect a long-flouted arms embargo.
93% : A specialist can "receive 400 cases per day".
88% : It was established to receive and care for 300 emergency cases at a time, but on "some days, we treat 3,000."
70% : Instead, it is the norm, for a facility flooded daily by the sick and wounded.
69% : Military stalemate swiftly ensued.

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