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Libya’s interim government forces say they have made progress in their attack on Sirte, a stronghold of forces loyal to Col Muammar Gaddafi. However, the advance has been slow and there is fierce resistance from loyalist forces. There are also … Continue reading
A poster of gratitude in Benghazi, by the BBC’s Gavin Lee.
This map represents the situation in west Libya as of August 22nd, thanks to @4adam.
Shadows of officers and journalists standing over hundreds of anti-personnel mines that were found in and around Ajdabiya after Gaddafi forces scattered them around the area. The mines at the bottom spell “17 Februari”. [Photo by AFP, via Al Jazeera]
Here is a fantastic map on the current situation in Libya by @k_thos, last revised on August 14th. Please click on the image to see the full size.
These two pictures were tweeted earlier today by @HanyBeshr adter the flag of the revolution had gone up at the Libyan embassy in London. The NTC had announced that its diplomats would move into the embassy on Tuesday
Here is an update from Tripoli for Tuesday the 19th of July by the Free Generation Movement: 1- Tripoli based Katiba are filling up their trucks with fuel at a base in Ein Zara near Naser University. Convoy of 20 … Continue reading
This map depicts the situation in Western Misrata, thanks to 4adam
Revolutionaries and emergency workers rush towards the fire at a weapon storage facility near Rajma, 30km east of Benghazi. (Image by AFP)
This map shows the latest situation in the Nafusa Mountains, many thanks to 4adam Please click on the image to see the full size.