Libya rebels launch offensive on strategic town of Ghezaia

By REUTERS
July 28, 2011 10:48

 
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NALUT - Libyan rebels launched on Thursday an offensive against a strategic government-held town near the Tunisian border, a spokesman said.

"We have started attacking Ghezaia with rockets and tanks," Mohammed Maylud told Reuters, adding that rebels had also hit four other villages along Libya's western mountains.

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