Al-Jazeera Says Gadhafi Forces Bombard Oil Field

Monday, 04 Apr 2011 07:41 AM

 

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CAIRO, April 4 (Reuters) -- Al-Jazeera television, citing unnamed witnesses, reported on Monday that forces loyal to Muommar Gadhafi had bombarded Misla oil field in eastern Libya. The report, appearing as a brief screen headline, did not give further details.

Misla, operated by the eastern-based Arabian Gulf Oil Company (Agoco) which is under the control of rebels, lies in the desert about 250 miles south of the rebel-held town of Ajdabiyah.

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