Danish fighter jets have now dropped some 700 bombs on Libya


Wednesday, 03 August 2011
The Danish F-16-aircrafts participating in NATO military operation in Libya have so far dropped 700 bombs in the war-ravaged country, Libya.


On the last day of bombing, the Danes have been on two missions in several areas between Zlitan and the capital Tripoli. They have dropped a total of seven aircraft precision bombs, such that the total is now 705 bombs.

In the attacks, the Danish bombers attacked military depots and other similar facilities.
Zlitan is the area where there is a growing fierce fighting between the rebels and Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi's forces.

The rebels told Reuters that it has managed to beat the government’s army back, after it had attacked their positions around Zlitan, which lies 160 km east of Tripoli.

We are snooping around t find out how much bombs the swedes have dropped.
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