Libya Mourns 15th Anniversary of US Attack of Tripoli
It was reported that the Libyan radio said, “the whole country is in mourning for the fifteenth anniversary of the American bombing of Tripoli Sunday.”
The BBC quoted the official radio channel as saying that the people wore black and put black bandages on cars and buses, and the national flag was lowered to half-mast.
A five minute silence was observed at midday.
The US launched air strikes against Libya to retaliate for what it said was Libya's support for international terrorism in particular a bomb attack on a West Berlin nightclub frequented by US servicemen.
Over one hundred Libyans were thought to have been killed, including the infant adopted daughter of Colonel Qadhafi, the news service added – Albawaba.com
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