‘Up To Nine Dead’ Civilians In Tripoli Air Strike

Sky News

Libyan officials have said up to nine civilians were killed in a Nato air strike in eastern Tripoli in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Reporters were taken by Libyan government officials to a residential area in the Arada neighbourhood of Tripoli and saw a body pulled out of the rubble of a destroyed building.

“There was intentional and deliberate targeting of the civilian houses,” deputy foreign minister Khaled Kaim told reporters at the site.

“This is another sign of the brutality of the West.”

According to Sky’s Sam Kiley, reporting from Tripoli, Nato has responded to the claims and said it is looking into the air strike allegations.

There were heaps of rubble and chunks of shattered concrete at the scene, which a large crowd of what appeared to be local residents were helping to clear.

At a local hospital, reporters were shown three bodies, including a child, which government officials said were people killed in the air strike.

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