Libyan rebels say at least 10 people were killed overnight when a coalition air strike hit a rebel convoy en route to Brega, a strategic oil town that has changed hands repeatedly since the start of the UN-backed military intervention in Libya.
REUTERS - At least 10 rebels were killed by a coalition air strike on Friday, fighters at the scene said on Saturday, in an increasingly chaotic battle with Muammar Gaddafi's forces over the oil town of Brega.
WAR IN LIBYA
- Libyan parliament rejects UN-backed unity government
- South Sudanese rebel leader and ex-Vice President Riek Machar flees to East Africa
- South Africa’s opposition vow to block ruling ANC from taking majority control
- Polls close in Zambia's presidential elections
- US-backed forces in Libya liberate most of IS group stronghold of Sirte
- Critics cry foul as Tunisian president suggests relative as new prime minister
- Suicide bomb attack kills at least 15 in Libya's Benghazi
- Allies meets for Libya summit
- Misrata: the rebels' only western bastion
Defection of ex-foreign minister
Date created : 2011-04-02