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Daily Archives: April 15, 2011
US President Barack Obama, UK Prime Minister David Cameron and France’s Nicolas Sarkozy have written a joint letter which was sent to the Times of London, the International Herald Tribune and Le Figaro. In it, they vow to keep the … Continue reading
The BBC’s Orla Guerin reports from inside a Misrata hospitals. Doctors say 80% of the victims are civilians, many of them hit by shrapnel. Some of the patients were hit while waiting in a bread queue. That attack alone killed … Continue reading
Harriet Sherwood is currently in Tripoli. She has met up with an opposition activist who tells her the opposition has been forced to go underground. During their conversation he told her that the activists, frustrated by the violent suppression of … Continue reading
Here is another video put up by Wefaq Libya, showing more of the destruction in Tripoli street in detail as the cameramen walk around the area and enter homes and shops.
The New York Times yesterday had an article featuring the influence that American government-financed organizations were promoting democracy in several Arab states, even while the US spent billions of dollars on foreign military programs and anti-terrorism campaigns. The information comes … Continue reading
Al Jazeera have shared this video sent to them by an anti-government protest group. The pictures show a gathering in Tripoli, involving men and women, stating their intent to continue defying the ban on freedom of expression and to continue … Continue reading
Wefaq Libya share this picture from Misrata showing how people warn others to prevent casualties. The sign reads “Warning, sniper in front of you” Please click on the image for a larger view.