The Director-General of UNESCO, Bulgarian Irina Bokova, has criticized NATO's attack on Libyan State broadcasting facilities on 30 July as unacceptable.
Bokova is condemning the death of three media workers in the air strike against Al Jamahiriya TV which also left 21 people injured.
"I deplore the NATO strike on Al-Jamahiriya and its installations," the Director-General said in a special statement. "Media outlets should not be targeted in military actions. UN Security Council Resolution 1738 (2006) condemns acts of violence against journalists and media personnel in conflict situations....
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