Libya: Gadhafi loyalists blamed for Tripoli water crisis

Associated Press: A Libyan rebel official says attacks by Moammar Gadhafi's forces on water engineers deep in the Libyan desert have caused a widespread water shortage in the capital, Tripoli. The official, Aref Ali Nayeb, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that regime forces fired on repair crews a week ago as they tried to restart wells pumping water from deep aquifers some 700 kilometers (434.98 miles) south of Tripoli. The wells feed into a vast water network that supplies the capital. Nayeb says the security......

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