Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- At least 3,000 people have died and over 10,000 are feared missing after a fatal storm hit Libya on Monday.

The storm Daniel according to CNN, hit the northeastern part of Libya where it collapsed two dams and had water flowing into already inundated places.

The city of Derna is the most affected so far.

"The death toll is huge and around 10,000 are reported missing," CNN quoted Tamer Ramadan, head of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) delegation in Libya, as saying on Tuesday during a press briefing in Geneva.

It also quoted Othman Abduljalil, health minister in Libya's eastern parliament-backed government, as telling Libya's Almasar TV that 6,000 people are missing from t...