Tuesday, May 3, 2011

NATO forces attacked Libyan Government

NATO troops have launched this morning a strong air attack on army positions near the city Libyan rebel Zinta. The attack has destroyed at least 10 tanks and vehicles, according to a rebel spokesman. "NATO bombed last night in an area east of the city. We have counted at least 12 rockets and dozens of tanks and vehicles have been destroyed," said the spokesman, called Abdulrahman, by telephone to Reuters.

During the afternoon of Sunday, troops attacked Muammar Gaddafi for his part Misrata City. The bombing was concentrated in the port area, as confirmed by Jalal al Galal, a spokesman for the rebel leadership in Benghazi. Use of rockets and long range missiles (especially Grad, Russian-made), a type of weaponry have been using in recent days.

Still do not know the number of victims of these attacks. "There could be hundreds injured. With those attacks the regime seeks to inflict maximum human and material damage as possible," a rebel spokesman said the attack on Misrata.

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