Western coalition bombs town of Surman

March 28, 2011 23:51


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TUNIS - Western coalition forces bombed the Libyan town of Surman some 70 km (45 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, state media said on Monday, quoting a military official.

Libya's state news agency Jana said civilian and military targets had been hit. Libyan state television said a leather factory was struck by "colonial and crusader aggressors".

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