Libya:Coalition strikes again
Laaska News March24,2011 Somali
The international coalition forces delivered more strikes on civilian and military targets in Libya on Wednesday with many civilians reportedly killed and wounded in the Tadjura residential area east of the capital Tripoli.
The list of those injured also includes several rescue workers who were looking for survivors in previous such strikes.
A residence of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Adjdabiya was also damaged.
Meanwhile, the NATO Council remains divided on the scope of the ongoing military operation.
On Tuesday it agreed to impose a sea blockade on Libya as part of a standing UN arms embargo. So far NATO, as an organization, has formally been staying away from participation in the allied operation, which is still being led by the US.