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Investigation demanded into Libyan deaths

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Laaska News  Mar. 20, 2012

According to the human rights organization Amnesty International they have documented 55 cases of civilian deaths as a result of Libya’s bombing of NATO during the war against the regime of Gaddafi. According to this organization, among the victims were 16 children and 14 women who died in the cities of Zliten, Madjer, Sirte and Brega.

Amnesty International has demanded NATO investigate these cases and punish those responsible. According to human rights activists, air raids carried out on private homes were not done for military purposes.




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