Misrata Unrests Led To NATO Airstrike In Tripoli, Libya And Hits Moamer Kadhafi Son in Gargour

By on May 1, 2011 in Africa, International, Politics, World Comments
Moamer Kadhafi
Moamer Kadhafi
Image Credit: Libyan TV

A NATO missile hits the house of Moamer Kadhafi and his wife in Tripoli, Libya on Saturday, April 30, 2011 that killed the Libyan leader’s youngest son, Seif al-Arab Gadhafi, and three grandchildren, according to reports by several international news sites.

According to a statement by Libyan spokesman Moussa Ibrahim, Gadhafi ,together with his wife, was able to survive the bomb dropped by a NATO warplane during the airstrike. The beleaguered Libyan leader has earlier called for a mutual ceasefire and negotiations with NATO.

Reports say that Seif al-Arab studied in a German university but had not yet completed his studies.

The Gadhafi residence reportedly suffered heavy bomb damage with torn ceiling and huge pile of rubble and twisted metal on the ground.

Unidentified NATO official revealed that Gadhafi forces earlier shelled Misrata and tried to lay down mines in the city port.



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