Who's behind an air strike that killed refugees in Libya? | Inside Story


UN envoy condemns the attack as a ‘war crime’ and says those responsible must be held to account.

African migrants and refugees have become the latest victims of Libya’s civil war.
At least 44 people died in an air strike on a detention centre in the capital Tripoli.
The UN’s special envoy to Libya is calling it a war crime.
And the UN-recognised government in Tripoli is blaming warlord Khalifa Haftar, whose forces have been fighting to seize the city.
The victims are among tens of thousands of Africans hoping to cross the Mediterranean Sea to start a new life in Europe.

Imran Khan

Mustafa Fetouri, contributor to Al-Monitor news website.
Mansour El Kikhia, professor of politics at the University of Texas at San Antonio
Anas El Gomati, founder and director of Sadeq Institute, the first public policy think tank in Libya.

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