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ke hit a military academy◆ in the Libyan capital Tripoli late on Saturday, killing 28 students ◆and injuring 18 others. (Photo by Hamza Turkia/Xinhua) "Initial casua◆lties indicate that 28 students of the military academy were killed a◆nd 18 others were injured as a result of an airstrike by foreign air ◆force supporting the war criminal Haftar (commander of eastern-based ◆army)," the UN-backed government's forces said in a statement. The UN◆-backed government's forces posted photos on their official Facebook ◆page showing bodies and injured students, as well as ambulances rushi◆ng to the academy's heat

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