NATO acknowledges civilian deaths in Tripoli strike

By REUTERS
June 19, 2011 23:11

 
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LONDON - NATO acknowledged responsibility for an air strike that killed civilians in Tripoli on Sunday.

"...a military missile site was the intended target of air strikes in Tripoli last night," a NATO statement said.

"However, it appears that one weapon did not strike the intended target and that there may have been a weapons system failure which may have caused a number of civilian casualties."

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