Sunday, May 29, 2011

NATO attacks in broad daylight the palace of Gaddafi in Tripoli

Algiers. .- A NATO air strike today was heard during the day in Tripoli, in the Bab Aziza, where the residential complex Muammar Gaddafi after the Alliance shelled this night several areas of the capital, according to Qatari television channel Al Jazeera. Witnesses in the Libyan capital said they heard a loud explosion at around 10.00 local time (8.00 GMT) near the palace of the Bab Aziza, after which there was a large plume of white smoke rising from the area.

The attack is one of the few made by the Allies in the light of day, and that NATO often carry out attacks in Tripoli and other parts of the country, usually at night or at dawn. Libyan state television said, Allied planes also bombed last night, several areas of the capital causing "human and material damage." Alliance attacks occur after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Friday that Gadhafi must leave the office and the country, while he offered to mediate to find a solution to the conflict Libya.

Meanwhile, Gaddafi's forces continued today bombarded with long-range Grad missiles the Misrata and Zinta cities in the west, via the Internet indicated rebel spokesmen at both locations. Yesterday some western suburbs Misrata, the third largest city and held by the rebels, were attacked gadafistas, in which soldiers killed five rebels and at least twelve were injured, according to the insurgents.

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