NATO admits a little mistake in Libya

NATO's only admission of guilt is this tragedy of destruction and death for innocent civilians.

In this AFP photo, Mohammed al-Garari shows what was once a house for four families before NATO explosives blew it apart.

On June 19, 2011, The home of his sister was levelled completely, killing Karima along with her husband Abdullah and their two small children. “NATO made a mistake, a fatal mistake,” said the 32-year-old as he scrambled across the rubble to what used to be the second storey where the walls were blasted open, delivering a death blow to his brother Faraj. Mohammed found the corpse in the patio below.

The complete story appears in Phuket News:

The forgotten victims of Libya

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