A building on fire, which witnesses say was hit by a rocket, burns after clashes between rival militias in the Sarraj district in Tripoli August 23, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer (LIBYA)
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Unidentified war planes attacked targets in Libya's capital Tripoli Sunday, hours after forces from the city of Misrata said they had seized the main airport.Renegade general Khalifa Haftar has declared war on Islamist-leaning forces, part of growing anarchy in the oil producer.His forces claimed responsibility for air raids on Tripoli Saturday and last Monday, targeting a group called Operation Dawn. The House of Representatives, which has fled to Tobruk in the east with senior officials to escape fighting, asked renegade general Haftar to fight the Operation Dawn forces.Libya's government says it does not know who is behind the attacks.
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