Powerful Storm Devastates Eastern Libya, Killing 150

A powerful Mediterranean storm has caused widespread damage in eastern Libya, killing at least 150 people and leaving seven soldiers missing.

Storm Daniel, which also struck parts of Greece, Turkey, and Bulgaria, dumped heavy rain and caused widespread flooding in Libya.

In the eastern city of Derna, the storm caused the collapse of two dams, unleashing a torrent of water that swept away homes and vehicles.

The Libyan National Army said that seven soldiers were missing after their barracks were flooded in the city of Benghazi.

Rescue teams are still working to find survivors and assess the damage.

The storm has also caused power outages and disrupted transportation in eastern Libya.

The government has declared a state of emergency in the affected areas.

Experts say that Storm Daniel is the most powerful storm to hit Libya in years.

They warn that the death toll could rise as rescue teams continue to search for survivors.