At least 29 civilians were killed by NATO airstrikes on Tripoli, according to the Gaddafi regime.
Al Jazeera noted at the time: “Libyan government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim said that at least 29 people were killed in 60 air strikes targeting the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on Tuesday evening, while Libyan Colonel Muammar Gaddafi pledged in an audio speech today to fight to the death.”
The BBC also quoted the spokesperson. Other sources only mentioned heavy bombardment.
The Sirte Martyrs condolence page later named one victim.
NATO itself declared the following airstrikes on June 7th: “In Tripoli: 5 Command & Control Facilities, 1 Vehicle Storage Facility, 2 Self-Propelled Antiaircraft Guns, 1 Air Surveillance Radar. In the vicinity of Tripoli: 1 Command & Control Facility.” And Air Cdre Ian Wood said the British RAF had taken part in the strikes on Tripoli on that day.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Misbah Hassan Nasr Al-Qahsi Gaddafi Adult male killed
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Reports of the incident mention multiple strikes on the Bab Al Aziziya compound (باب العزيزية) in the city of Tripoli (طرابلس), for which the generic coordinates are: 32.871944, 13.172222. Structural damage can be seen from the satellite imagery, however we are unable to confirm if all damage occurred from the same event.
Gaddafi Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
07 JUNE: In Tripoli: 5 Command & Control Facilities, 1 Vehicle Storage Facility, 2 Self-Propelled Antiaircraft Guns, 1 Air Surveillance Radar. In the vicinity of Tripoli: 1 Command & Control Facility.