Three Dutch Marines are being held in Libya after their Lynx helicopter went down during an operation to evacuate refugees.
The Dutch Marines were captured by pro-Qaddafi forces near Sirte, according to a report posted on FoxNews.com. Over 30,000 refugeees are still in Libya.
Meanwhile, Libyan planes launched an air strike on the oil port of Berga, which is held by rebels attempting to overthrow Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi, according to a report from VOANews.com.
Efforts are being made to secure the release of the Dutch Marines, according to VOANews.com reports.