"Whoever can help in monitoring the arms embargo is welcome in whatever part of Libya," UN Libya envoy Ghassan Salame told reporters.
Hundreds of people were fleeing the area on Tuesday after the assault, by foot, motorcycle and truck, an AFPTV reporter said.
The "missed deadline" to silence the guns, he added, "reveals the complexity of the security situation in Africa."
The attack was launched on Saturday and jihadists were still in the area on Monday, a local resident in nearby Bourzanga town told AFP by phone
The locust invasion is the biggest in Ethiopia and Somalia in 25 years, and the biggest in Kenya in 70 years
The talks had concluded without an agreement over states and boundaries
The announcement follows President Donald Trump's call last week for NATO to do more in the Middle East
Troops from the regular army and from the paramilitary Rapid Support Force (RSF) stormed the bases amid heavy gunfire
"The doctors told me that my kidneys had been damaged... the quinine and the antibiotics used to treat me in the medical office were fake drugs."
Villagers have created an elephant alarm system by tying strings of empty tin cans to trees and poles
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