The death toll resulting from the flooding in Libya has reached around 11,000, the Red Crescent in Derna says.
Also about 20,000 people have been reported missing as workers continue to recover bodies.
The United Nations (UN) World Meteorological Organisation said most of the thousands of deaths could have been avoided.
“Warnings should have been issued, leading to evacuations, and we could have avoided most of the human casualties,” it said.
Meanwhile, Libyan politician, Guma El-Gamaty said the flooding was a disaster waiting to happen
LEADERSHIP Friday reports that the floods were caused by a huge Mediterranean storm that burst dams in Libya, especially in the eastern coastal city of Derna.