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War in Libya – Libya and World – News (March to July 2011)

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Laaska News May 09,2011 

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Libyan troops resume bombing besieged Misurata

Libyan troops on May 8 resumed bombing the besieged city of Misurata. According to the rebels, the city’s food and water supplies will last for no more than another month. Humanitarian aid is still hampered by attacks on the port of Misurata by government forces. Aircraft of the international coalition, which has been conducting a military operation in Libya since March 19th, continue to target Tripoli. Two explosions echoed through the city on Sunday night.

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Laaska News May 08,2011  

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Libya:AU says its roadmap only proposal for settling Libyan crisis

Gaddafi deploys cluster bombs

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Laaska News May 07,2011

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Misrata defenders bereft of fuel

Pro-Gaddafi forces in Libya have successfully used crop-duster aoircarft to destroy four reservoirs at an oil depot in the rebel-held port of Misrata. Four other reservoirs are wide ablaze.

The NATO-led coalition had been warned, but any reaction from it is yet to come.

The defenders of Misrata say they are out on a limb without a drop of fuel for their vehicles.

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Gaddafi planes destroy oil depot

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Pro-Gaddafi forces in Libya have successfully used crop-dusters to destroy four reservoirs at an oil depot in the rebel-held port of Misrata. Four other reservoirs are wide ablaze.

A response from the NATO-led coalition is yet to come.

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Laaska News May 05,2011  

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Pro-Gaddafi forces shell intn’l aid ship

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An international aid ship came under rocket attack from pro-Gaddafi forces on Wednesday as it entered the besieged Libyan port of Misurata, Britain’s The Guardian reported in Thursday.

The newspaper quoted witnesses as saying that at least five people were killed in the Wednesday attack on the Red Star One ship.

Earlier on Thursday, the vessel returned to the north-eastern city of Benghazi with several hundreds of evacuees on board.

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