At least 94 killed in Gaddafi assault on Benghazi

An injured captured soldier loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi is interrogated by a rebel soldier at the Jalaa hospital in Benghazi, eastern Libya. In the hours before the no-fly zone over Libya went into effect, Gadhafi sent warplanes, tanks and troops into Benghazi, the rebel capital and first city to fall to the rebellion that began Feb. 15. Then the government attacks appeared to go silent. (AP)

At least 94 people were killed in an assault launched two days ago on the rebel-held Libyan city of Benghazi by forces loyal to Moamer Gaddafi, medics and AFP correspondents said on Sunday.

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