Bombs fall on Libya's Ras Lanuf

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


    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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