Libya officials said Sunday that NATO forces killed seven civilians in airstrikes, including two toddlers, in an alleged bombing of a house in a residential district of Tripoli. The incident came only a day after NATO admitted to accidentally bombing a line of cars belonging to the rebels, mistaking them for Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi's forces. NATO officials said it destroyed a surface-to-air missile site in northern Tripoli and is investigating the possible civilian casualties. This wouldn't be the first time NATO has accidentally struck civilians, but it also wouldn't be the first time Libyan officials have falsely claimed they did: two weeks ago, Libyan officials were accused of telling reporters that a child hurt in a car crash was the victim of a NATO attack.
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