Friday, June 3, 2011

The UN accuses Libyan both sides committing war crimes

Tripoli (Writing / AP) .- The forum of the UN Human Rights said on Wednesday that the reconnaissance mission has concluded that Libya's Muammar Gaddafi forces committed war crimes and crimes against humanity. He added that they have found some evidence of war crimes committed by the opposition forces, according to French news agency AFP.

"The Commission has concluded that they have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity by the forces of the Government of Libya", said in a statement on the Human Rights Council. "The Commission has received some reports of facts that point to the commission of international crimes by the opposing forces.

However, some acts constitute war crimes," said the council explosions and attacks in Benghazi, the rebel capital this Wednesday also there was a car bomb in the parking lot outside one of the largest hotels in Benghazi, the main rebel stronghold, reports Reuters. Apparently, there have been no fatalities.

Some sources suggest that the explosive charge was within a choche station Al Jazeera.

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