There are growing concerns this morning about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Tripoli. Hundreds of dead bodies have been discovered in a hospital — it appears patients were abandoned in their beds when fighting broke out last week. The United Nations Secretary General has made an urgent call to the international community to send humanitarian help. Sky’s Jane Dougall reports.
Sky news has been shown a mass grave from a massacre carried out earlier this week in southern Tripoli. It comes after world leaders urged all sides in the Libya conflict not to carry out reprisals. Sky’s chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay sent us this report from southern Tripoli.
news.sky.com Anti-Gaddafi forces in Libya have said they are concentrating their military efforts on the former leader’s home town of Sirte, as the NTC ruled out negotiating with him. Sky’s chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports.
Troops loyal to the new government in Libya are making their final assault on Colonel Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte. Sky’s Alex Rossi was with the anti-Gaddafi forces on the outskirts of the town. His report contains pictures of a man receiving CPR and others who are seriously injured.
video.news.sky.com Colonel Gaddafi’s forces have ended their assault on the rebel town of Misratah after two months of fighting. The Libyan regime has promised to pardon any rebels wishing to leave the area — but only if they are prepared to recognise the government’s authority. Despite the apparent retreat, machine gun fire and explosions were heard in the city last night, as NATO carried out more airstrikes. Our Special Correspondent Alex Crawford is in Misratah – and sent this report.