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Human Rights Watch : Nato 'must come clean' on Libya

Nato has hit back at a report urging it to investigate fully the deaths of civilians in air strikes in Libya last year, saying that the campaign was conducted "with unprecedented care and precision".

Human Rights Watch (HRW) said that at least 72 civilians were killed in strikes and the bloc needed to bear responsibility where appropriate.

Speaking to the BBC, the UK director of the campaign group, David Mapham, said that Nato needed to "come clean" over events during the conflict.

  • 14 May 2012
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