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A military aircraft has caught on fire and crashed in Benghazi, as reports of successive air strikes on the rebel-held Libyan town emerge.The warplane, which appeared to be a Libyan government aircraft, came down after the imposition of a UN no-fly zone.
Multiple explosions could be heard from the centre of the city before the flaming plane crashed.
The pilot was seen to eject moments before a large plume of black smoke rose above Benghazi's southern skyline.
On Saturday, rebels shot down a warplane that was seen bombing the outskirts of the key rebel-held city of Benghazi, sending up a massive black cloud of smoke. An Associated Press reporter saw the plane go down in flames and heard the sound of artillery and crackling gunfire in the distance
Originally posted by soleprobe
Originally posted by tommyjo
reply to post by soleprobe
Well get your placard out and start pacing the streets!
And you get your CF-18 Hornets out and continue illegally and indiscriminately blowing people to pieces.