The death toll in Libya's coastal city of Derna has risen to 11,300 following massive flooding caused by the breaching of two dams. Another 10,100 people are reported missing in the city. The storm also killed about 170 people in other parts of the country. The disaster highlighted Libya's vulnerability due to neglect of infrastructure and its ongoing conflict. The government has allocated funds for reconstruction, and international aid has started to arrive in the affected areas. The UN has issued an emergency appeal for $71.4 million to respond to the urgent needs of those affected by the flooding.
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