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Daily Archives: March 29, 2011
An image taken by GeoEye’s IKONOS satellite shows military aircraft burning on the runway of an airfield in Misrata, Libya in this satellite image taken March 23, 2011 and released to Reuters on March 28, 2011. Please click on the … Continue reading
New York: London: Tripoli: 00:43 Almanara Media reports that 32 Libyan Diplomatic cars have crossed the Libyan-Tunisian border into Tunisia. There is news that the following Libyan diplomats are in Tunisia making plans to defect and leave to Europe: 1. … Continue reading
The spokesman for the 17th February revolutionary youth in Misratah conducted a live interview with Al Jazeera Arabic earlier this evening in which he explained how Gaddafi’s forces are managing to survive inside the city. He said: There were attempts … Continue reading
Eman al-Obeidi, the woman who accused Gaddafi’s men of raping her, now faces criminal charges, according to the Libyan Government. A spokesman told Channel 4 News the “accuser was now the accused”.
Such ingenuity! Revolutionaries in Darnah have managed to dismantle rocket launchers from grounded gunships and mount them on 4×4 trucks for serious fire power!
This is a comprehensive video documenting the damage and destruction that Gaddafi’s forces, tanks and heavy artillery have caused in the city of Misratah over the past 7 days. Houses, shops, offices and mosques, none were spared.
In a press conference and Q&A session today, the Libyan Transitional National Council reiterated that its role is only temporary. The current form of temporary governance, with councils and committees, is the only system that the Libyans are somewhat familiar … Continue reading
At the conference on Libya in London, David Cameron said the military intervention had saved and is still saving thousands of lives. He pledged that they will continue to implement the resolution and protect and support the Libyan people. He … Continue reading
The Libyan Interim National Council has released a statement which outlines its vision for a post-Gaddafi democratic system in Libya Or read it here.