Opposition says air strikes hit Ajdabiya in northeast Libya
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 14 /Trend/
Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi's forces launched more air strikes Monday on the northeastern city of Ajdabiya, the Libyan opposition said, dpa reported.
Opposition websites Libya al-Youm and Brnieq reported that fighter jets bombed parts of the city close to residential areas.
If government forces gain total control of Ajdabiya and other nearby cities, they could advance on to Benghazi, the opposition's stronghold.
Meanwhile, Libyan authorities promised an amnesty to rebel fighters if they hand in their weapons and give up the fight against Gaddafi, according to Libyan state TV.