Muammar Gaddafi has called for the UN Security Council to investigate after a heavy air strike by Nato.
The Libyan leader accused Nato of murder in an audio address to the nation, days after the alliance acknowledged for the first time its bombs may have caused civilian casualties.
Five houses were hit in Surman, west of Tripoli, leaving 15 people dead, including three children, according to a government spokesman.
Gaddafi said: ‘You murderers… One day we will respond to you likewise and your homes will be legitimate targets.
‘The Security Council should hold an urgent meeting to discuss the matter and stop this barbaric attack.’
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