Libya accuses Nato over fatal air strike
The Libyan government has accused Nato of killing dozens of civilians in an air raid on a village in the west of the country.
Officials from Colonel Gaddafi's administration took journalists to see damaged buildings in Majar, south of the city of Zlitan, a village they say has no strategic value.
Nato says their target was a military one, and civilian deaths were unlikely.
Matthew Price reports from Zlitan.
10 Aug 2011
- From the section Middle East