Thousands of people are feared dead after a powerful storm triggered devastating flooding in Libya.
The leader of the east Libyan government, which is not recognised internationally, said deaths exceeded 2,000 and thousands were missing.
Storm Daniel made landfall on Sunday, prompting authorities to declare a state of extreme emergency.
Seven Libyan army personnel went missing during ongoing rescue efforts.
Officials in the east imposed a curfew, while schools and shops were ordered to close.