US commando raids: Libya demands explanation
Libyans took to social networking sites to discuss the raid. "Since we've heard, we have been in touch with the US government and have asked for clarification on this matter. "The Libyan government is keen on prosecuting any Libyan citizen inside Libya, no matter what the charges are...
Anas al-Liby, 49, is believed to have been one of the masterminds behind the 1998 US embassy attacks, which killed more than 220 people in Kenya and Tanzania. A Pentagon statement on Sunday said he was "currently lawfully detained under the law of war in a secure location outside of Libya".
No American personnel were injured, it said. Anas al-Liby was seized in Tripoli early on Saturday as he was parking outside his house.
Three vehicles encircled him, his car window was smashed and his gun was seized before he was taken away, his brother, Nabih, told the Associated Press news agency.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Africa Review KenyaSimilar Stories