Wednesday, June 15, 2011

NATO destroyed 13 military facilities in Libya

NATO has destroyed at least thirteen military objectives of the Libyan regime of Muammar Gaddafi in the 62 operations attacks in the last 24 hours, including a command and control center near Misurata, the only city in western country still controlled by the rebels and which remains subject to strong forces siege of Tripoli.

The allied forces have been destroyed in addition to this command and control center in Misurata, an artillery piece, five military vehicles of the forces of the regime, including two armored vehicles and a refuge from the forces loyal to Qaddafi about the same locality, NATO has confirmed Tuesday in a statement.

Also, Allied forces destroyed in the last hours of a shuttle-to-air missiles and a tracking radar in the vicinity of Tripoli and an ammunition depot near the town of Wadden. NATO has also confirmed the destruction of an armed vehicle depot located near Zliten regime, one of the most unstable at present as the alliance itself, as well as antiaircraft artillery piece near Sirte, the hometown of Colonel Gaddafi.

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