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Tag Archives: BBC
The French authorities have announced that they are placing the assets of Gaddafi and his relatives under surveillance, according to a French official speaking to AFP (Via BBC, read here)
A whitehouse spokesperson announced today that the US is to impose unilateral and multilateral sanctions on the US. Although he did not go into detail as to what kind of sanctions will be imposed. He also said that US spy … Continue reading
The BBC reports that the Libyan ambassador to Portugal has resigned. He denounces the current government as “tyrannical”.
“ The Tripoli resident continues: “The militia and Gaddafi supporters [are] carrying heavy arms [and] don’t want the people to gather. They were just coming out in a crowd. They caused a massacre… There are some people still lying on … Continue reading
15:12 Al Jazeera English Eyewitness says there was gunfire after friday prayer. They went towards Tripoli and were joined on the way by other protesters. Live on television it appears another person takes the phone and yells at him, saying … Continue reading
The BBC now also reports that State TV is broadcasting images of Green Square which they claim to be live, the BBC writes: Libya’s state TV shows footage of what it says is Tripoli’s “Green Square now”. There are about … Continue reading
More from the BBC’s Paul Danahar on the Tunisia-Libya border. He writes: “Suresh Kothia – an Indian who just arrived from Libya – told me that at the last checkpoint the Libyan army took everyone’s phone sim cards and computer … Continue reading
The BBC’s live update stream reports: 1156: A Tripoli resident emails the BBC’s Arabic Service, saying: “The situation is very tense. We don’t know what will happen after prayers. We are fearful. There are queues for bread and fuel. Also … Continue reading
An eyewitness describes the latest situation in Tripoli. He further confirms the mass clean-up of the streets and said that doctors are not allowed to document any of the bodies and injured. Read the account here.