A NATO airstrike reportedly killed eight civilians in Tawergha.
Press TV reported: “A NATO warplane has targeted a market in the Libyan town of Tawragha, leaving at least eight civilians dead and several others wounded.
Some of the injured are in critical condition, Xinhua reported on Wednesday, citing a local news agency.
NATO carried out the airstrike on Tawragha, 300 km east of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on Tuesday amid reports that NATO warplanes were hovering over Tajura, another town 20 km east of Tripoli on the same day.”
Abbas Mansour said that “NATO bombed a vegetable market, a desalination center, and a two-storey house in Tawergha.”
Other sources said that the incident took place near the vegetable market and posted pictures and names of victims.
Tripoli Street denied that the incident happened and accused the people of lying.
NATO did not report airstrikes around Tawergha on that day.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (5)
- Faraj Ramadan Muhammad Faraj Allah Age unknown male killed
- Muhammad Ramadan Muhammad Faraj Allah Age unknown male killed
- Ramadan Faraj Ramadan Muhammad Faraj Allah Age unknown male killed
- Islam Faraj Ramadan Muhammad Faraj Allah Age unknown male killed
- Jafool Aqeelah Muhammad Aqoub Age unknown male killed
- Tariq Ashour Qassem Adult male killed
- Rizkallah Moftah Rizkallah Child male killed
Sources (12) [ collapse]
Reports of the incident mention the town of Tawergha (تاورغاء), for which the generic coordinates are: 32.017169, 15.058388. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.