FEATURING GREGORY SHUPAK - Massive flooding in the eastern Libyan city of Derna has resulted in thousands of people dead. Initial estimates placed the death toll at 11.300 but that number has since been revised down to just under 4,000 with 9,000 still missing. The devastation has been linked to the bursting of two dams when the massive Storm Daniel caused flooding.
In aiming to unearth why the death toll was so high, Western media outlets described Libya’s disastrous and on-going war–but with little mention of the role of the West, and specifically NATO.
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