TRIPOLI - Short bursts of anti-aircraft fire were heard in Tripoli on Sunday evening, a Reuters correspondent in the Libyan capital said.
There were no clear signs of planes or air strikes before the anti-aircraft ammunition was fired in the northeast of the capital.
On Saturday, sustained anti-aircraft fire over the Tripoli skyline was the most intense seen this month.
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