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Tag Archives: Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera’s Evan Hill shows life in Benghazi Via Al Jazeera’s live blog.
Al Jazeera’s Sue Turton reports from Brega on the opposition’s advance westwards.
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An eyewitness from Misrata speaks to Al Jazeera English about the situation in the city. Shelling continues despite cease fire announcements.
Al Jazeera’s James Bays has joins the revolutionaries in Ajdabiya. The few citizens that haven’t fled the city are living in very difficult conditions.
Al Jazeera‘s report on the battle near Ajdabiya:
This post is being constantly updated All times are in Libyan local time GMT +2 23:00 Al Jazeera Arabic The body of Al Jazeera cameraman Ali Hassan Al Jabir has arrived in Doha 22:28 Al Jazeera Arabic spokesman for the … Continue reading
The African Union announced that it has set up a panel, consisting of leaders from South Africa, Uganda, Mauritania, Congo and Mali, that will travel to Libya shortly in an attempt to end the violence. “The ad hoc committee was set … Continue reading
The Arab League is meeting to discuss among other things the imposing of a no-fly zone. A proposal to cut ties with Gaddafi’s regime and to recognize the Council will also be discussed. Arab leaders are divided on the subject … Continue reading
The spokesman for the Revolution’s Military Council in Benghazi has just informed Al Jazeera that they currently have 10,000 recruits and volunteers. They are currently in the process of organising them in preparation for the mission of liberating the remaining … Continue reading