War planes of Khalifa Haftar struck a residential zone, including a wedding in Murzuq in southern Libya on Sunday.
Misrata is a coastal city that lies to the west of the capital Tripoli and is regarded the main base of the Western Libya forces loyal to the internationally-recognised government.
No statement was made by Haftar's forces.
The Presidential Council of Libya (PC) this Monday strongly condemned a drone strikeby eastern Libyan forces which took place Sunday on the southern town of Murzuk, where at least 40 people were killed. "Indiscriminate attacks on densely populated residential areas may amount to war crimes and must cease immediately", said European Union spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic. It later moved concentrating forces north trying to take Tripoli in a four-month campaign.
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But Lam said she didn't think that was the answer, warning that the disruptions have seriously undermined law and order. Major roads and public transit lines were blocked, while at least 77 flights out of the airport were cancelled.
The European Union, which has previously called for those breaching global law in Libya to be brought to justice, condemned the strike. The origin of the bombs was not clear, and no side has yet claimed responsibility.
The EU Commission called on Haftar's forces to end "indiscriminate attacks" immediately. On Sunday, his office condemned the "repeated indiscriminate shelling" of Mitiga, "the only indispensable functioning airport available for use by millions of civilians" and aid deliveries.
The fighting so far has killed more than 1,000 people, injured more than 5,700 others, and forced more than 120,000 people to flee their homes, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Haftar's attempt to capture Tripoli has derailed United Nations attempts to broker an end to the chaos that has prevailed in Libya since the NATO-backed overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.