Libyan warplane lands on street in southern Tunisia

TUNIS (Reuters) – A Libyan warplane landed on Monday on a street within the southern Tunisian city of Beni Khadash, witnesses and native media stated.

The state information company TAP stated the aircraft had made an emergency touchdown, and that the pilot, the only real occupant, had been arrested by the army models that surrounded the realm.

  Witnesses stated the aircraft had landed on a street and been surrounded by civilian autos stopping to observe.

The Ministry of Defence was not instantly accessible for remark.

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