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RAF fighter jets and UK submarine launch missile strikes on Gaddafi as David Cameron says attack ‘is legal and right’

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UK Daily Mail
March 20, 2011

  • - RAF Tornado jets launch 3,000-mile missile assault from Norfolk
  • - 94 people reported to have died in Gaddafi’s strike on Benghazi
  • - Gaddafi says he will not leave and people should defend the capital
  • - Cameron says ‘what we are doing is necessary, legal and right’
  • - Chancellor says no ground troop invasion on the cars ‘at the moment’
  • - Three US B-2 stealth bombers dropped 40 bombs on Libyan airfields
  • - 112 Tomahawk missiles fired at Libyan air-defence by coalition troops

RAF Tornado jets today joined the attack in Libya just hours after British and American warships unleashed cruise missiles against Libya as the world finally turned on Colonel Gaddafi.

Following the start of the assault, the dictator said that western air raids amount to terrorism and that Libyan forces on the ground would be victorious, adding that he would not leave the country and people should defend him and the capital.

Stormshadow missiles were launched from the GR4 fast jets which had flown 3,000 miles from RAF Marham in Norfolk and back – the longest range bombing since the Falklands.

As part of a co-ordinated strike, a barrage of 112 Tomahawk cruise missiles – some of them British – was also fired at Libya to knock out the dictator’s air defence systems at more than 20 coastal locations.

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