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Monthly Archives: February 2011
The Lens blog at the New York times have posted an interview between James Estrin and Moises Saman, who has been in Libya on assignment for the newspaper. Saman speaks about the mood in Tripoli, the press tour they received … Continue reading
All times are local Libyan time, GMT+2 01:11 The World Food Programme says it is sending 80 metric tons of high energy biscuits to the Libya-Tunisia border to help displaced people “until they can get settled or reach their final … Continue reading
“We’re letting off steam, expressing ourselves. He didn’t just commit military crimes, but crimes against our minds, thought crimes,” said teacher Fatima al-Shaksy, 42. Taken from here.
During the sanctions debate, US diplomats attempted to add the possibility of an international military intervention into the resolution. They called for using “all means necessary to protect civilians and installations” and in UN resolution terminology, this generally serves as … Continue reading