Smoke rises in Tripoli following air attack by Nato forces


NATO attack on Libya
Targets: Smoke billows from the site of an explosion across a district of Tripoli near Colonel Gaddafi's own compound.
Photo: Daylife

(TRIPOLI) - As Tripoli’s Palestinian Refugees awakened the morning of 7/17/11, like the rest of us here, they saw in the western sky over the Mediterranean a vast swatch of black stratocumulus clouds of acrid smoke from last night’s NATO bombing.
This latest attack, in the Ain Zara and Tajoura districts in the eastern suburbs of Tripoli killed 3 more civilians increasing the more than 1,100 total civilian deaths by NATO, according to Libyan Ministry of Health statistics.
This latest attack is believed to have employed four US MK-83, 1000 lb. guided bombs and four US hell fire missiles.
Description: Smashed: Smoke rises from explosions as Nato airstrikes hit Tripoli.
The alliance is stepping up their air campaign in the country Smoke rises from explosions as Nato airstrikes hit Tripoli. The alliance is stepping up their air campaign in the country
Two weeks ago, on 6/23/11 the Abdullah Muhammad Ash-Shihab Palestinian refugee family of four which included Abdullah, his wife Karime and their six-month-old twins Khalid and Juanah were among civilians killed in a NATO bombing attack.
The family had lived in the Yarmouk camp in Damascus, Syria but came here seeking Libya’s well known security and quiet life.

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