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Daily Archives: March 8, 2011
This post is being constantly updated All times are in Libyan local time +2 GMT Carne Ross lists nine non-violent ways in which the international community could help Libya. Read them here CNN reports on where the revolution flags are … Continue reading
The first delivery of food aid to Libya since the start of the fighting is due to arrive in Benghazi some time tonight. A convoy of trucks carrying 70 metric tonnes of high-energy, fortified date bars entered the country from … Continue reading
The city of Ras Lanouf is semi-deserted. Many of the families have left their homes fearing for their safety Al Jazeera correspondent has just reported that two rockets landed in a reidental area in Ras Lanouf. The rocket heads look … Continue reading
The BBC’s Paul Danahar in Tripoli says: “There is much speculation that Col Gaddafi is about to turn up at the Rixos Hotel in the capital, where the foreign media are based. Whether it will be for a press conference … Continue reading
Al Jazeera correspondent has just reported that Gaddafi forces are shelling revolutionaries with rockets
Update from Az Zawiya: Revolutionaries have also managed to kill a high ranking Officer from the Khamees battalion. Gaddafi forces managed to place snipers on some of the highest building in Az Zawiya and have been shooting at people indiscriminately. … Continue reading
Translation: Man making peace sign: Victory, victory or martyrdom only Man with shoulder injury: Do you have a pillow? Doctor: Whoever has nothing here, please leave. Guys, whoever doesn’t need to be here please leave.
Mustafa Abdul Jalil, head of the Transitional Council in Libya has told Al Jazeera tha Gaddafi will not be pursued if he leaves and stops the bombings in 72 hours.
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