At least three people were killed on Tuesday in air strikes on a town west of Tripoli carried out by forces loyal to Libya’s internationally recognized government, which is in conflict with a rival force controlling the capital, officials said.

The strikes targeted three locations in the Zawura city, included a food supply storage area, a fishing port and another unspecified target outside of the city, according to the local authorities and a military official.

Libya is caught in a conflict between two rival governments, one which is self-declared and was set up in Tripoli after forces from group known as Libya Dawn took over the capital in the summer, and another, internationally recognized government which operates from the eastern city of Tobruk. […]