Friday, April 15, 2011

New bombing in Tripoli 27 days after the start of the allied intervention

Tripoli .- The NATO aircraft carried out three bombings Thursday in the Libyan capital, Tripoli and its surroundings, as recognized by a spokesman for the Atlantic Alliance. The attacks have destroyed "a battery of air missiles" in the south of the city, and also "the information coming from the pilots is that they have beaten two other targets near the center of the city." Muammar Gaddafi's government has been estimated at three the number of civilians killed on Thursday in Tripoli because of the bombings carried out by NATO aircraft and had previously Libyan television reported.

The regime's mouthpiece, Musa Ibrahim, told Reuters that "some civilians have died here in Tripoli." "I know that three men walking near a checkpoint killed immediately south of Tripoli," he added. The state broadcaster Al Libiya had previously indicated that they were producing Allied planes bombing and denounced "civilian casualties."

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