Conflict & Justice

NATO 'regrets' loss of life from Libya attack

NATO says it "strongly regrets the loss of life" after a "friendly fire" attack on rebel tanks in eastern Libya which left at least four dead. Earlier, a NATO commander had refused to apologize, saying that until Thursday's strike, the alliance had not been aware the rebels had tanks. CBC reporter Derek Stoffel is in the rebel stronghold Bengazhi. 

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