Friday, June 3, 2011

NATO again bombed Tripoli

Combat aircraft of the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conducted intensive attacks against targets in Tripoli and west of the Libyan capital. As reported on Friday the U.S. broadcaster CNN in Tripoli numerous explosions were heard shortly before midnight and at dawn. According to indications Libyan, was hit land in the vicinity of Bab Al Aziziya military depot.

Quoting a Libyan government official who wished to remain anonymous, CNN announced that they were also bombed several targets in the west of Tripoli. It was reported that a police station was reached during this offensive and two policemen were killed. NATO on Thursday extended its mission in Libya for another three months until the end of September.

NATO bombing began March 31 after a United Nations resolution and mandate expired at the end of June.

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