8-yr-old Tripoli air crash survivor 'stable'
A Dutch boy who is the sole survivor of a plane crash at Tripoli airport in Libya that killed 103 people is said to be in a stable condition after surgery.
He has undergone several rounds of surgery to both legs, which are fractured in several places.
The boy's full identity has not yet been officially confirmed.
The flight recorders have been recovered and handed over to analysts for clues as to what brought down the Afriqiyah Airways flight on Wednesday.
Libyan state television showed the boy in a hospital bed with a bandaged head and wearing an oxygen mask, his legs in casts.
"The child underwent several rounds of surgery to his legs. He had simple fractures and double fractures," said the doctor on television.
"He woke up [late on Wednesday night] and is in good condition," the doctor added.