Bombs fall on Libya's Ras Lanuf

Fresh air strikes target Ras Lanuf while Libyan leader launches major diplomatic effort.

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    As battles rage across Libya, dozens of people have been killed after Colonel Gaddafi's forces launched a fresh wave of air strikes on rebel groups.

    The repeated strikes came as Gaddafi began a major diplomatic effort by sending diplomats to the Arab League, NATO and the European Union. It is being viewed by some as a sign that he may be prepared to end the war, .

    Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland was there as the bombs fell on Ras Lanuf in the east.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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