Libyan government forces launch rockets on Misrata

By REUTERS
April 14, 2011 12:17

 
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BEIRUT - Libyan government forces struck the coastal city of Misrata with dozens of Grad rockets on Thursday, killing eight rebels, a rebel spokesman said.

"They fired Grads at a residential area called Kasr Ahmad near the port this morning. They fired at least 80 rockets on that area. So far we have eight martyrs and 20 wounded," Abdelbasset Abu Mzereiq told Reuters by telephone.

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