At least 60 people are dead after clashes in Libya.
FOX's Jessica Golloher has the details:
Pro-government militiamen fighting ISIS militants in Sirte along with an explosion at an ammunitions depot has killed dozens in a single day, according to a Libyan state news agency.
Garabulli Municipal Council spokesman Sharif Jadallah says the explosion at the ammunitions depot followed clashes with militants...
He says it was a catastrophe and that officials are still finding human remains.
In Sirte, the last bastion of ISIS in Libya, clashes broke out with militiamen aligned with the newly-U.N. brokered government.
Violence has increased in Libya since Moammar Gadafi's ouster and death in 2011.
In the Mideast Bureau, Jessica Golloher, FOX News.