14 Libyan army officers arrive in Tunisia

11:02, June 16, 2011      

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Forty-one Libyan nationals including 27 civilians and 14 army officers entered Tunisia on Tuesday, the official press agency TAP reported on Wednesday.

The Libyans arrived onboard a vessel at the small port of El Ketf, near Zarzis, TAP said.

Earlier in the week, some 30 Libyans injured in fighting between rebels and pro-Gaddafi loyalists were dispatched to a hospital in Tunis.

By Tuesday, more than 7,000 refugees, including 6,330 Libyans crossed into Tunisia, Radio Mosaique reported Wednesday.

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