Bodies of Civilians Killed by Gaddafi Forces Found in Tripoli

August 2011
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/29/2011, p5
Academic Journal
The article reports that the bodies of 150 Libyan demonstrators from a residential area were found in Tripoli, Libya, according to dissident Bashir Own who said they were found in a kneeling position and blamed government forces for murdering them.


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