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Tripoli-Amnesty International called on the International Criminal Court to investigate the indiscriminate attack that targeted civilian areas near the capital Tripoli that could amount to war crimes. Amensty said eyewitness testmonies and analysis of satelite pictures indicate that heavly populated residential areas in Abusaleem south of Tripoli were exposed to indiscriminate attack between 15 and 17 April. It identified three areas targeted by the inaccuarte weapons in Abusaleem, pointing out that there is no clear evidence of a military target in the area.
Source: Libya News Agency