Tripoli — Libya's Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has called on Washington to explain a special forces raid on its territory.
It is actually one of two by US commandos in Africa on Saturday.
Mr. Zeidan's office declared he had asked for clarification and stressed Libya was "keen on prosecuting any Libyan citizen inside Libya".
Al-Qaeda leader, Anas al-Liby, who was on the FBI's most wanted list, has been captured in the raid. The US says he is "currently lawfully detained outside of Libya".
The other raid was in southern Somalia but failed to capture its target.