'Anti-Gaddafi troops uncover missiles aimed at Tripoli'

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September 12, 2011 11:37

 
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Anti-Gaddafi forces have uncovered missiles they believe the ousted Libyan leader intended to use in order to blow up Tripoli should it fall to his enemies, reported Sky News on Monday.

The launcher was pointed toward the city center and was located only six miles from it. The soldiers feared the missiles would fall into the wrong hands, telling the Sky News reporter that they "need help urgently, really to take these missiles away to save Tripoli."

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