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Anza Mk-II Man-Portable Air Defence Systems (MANPADS) have been observed in Libya. A source working with an NGO in Libya, who wishes to remain anonymous, sent me the images featured in this piece. These images were taken in 2011 at arms depots wrested from government control by rebel forces. Anza Mk-II MANPADS in Libya « The Rogue Adventurer - Pale Moon
Government-allied Libyans seize militia bases in Benghazi after protest, clashes Magariaf, president of Libya’s General National Congress, spoke at a news conference just before midnight, after meeting with officials and militia leaders in Benghazi.
Local official says he warned U.S. diplomats about security in the area "The situation is frightening, it scares us," the official says He says it was not the first time he warned foreigners about the worsening security More details emerge on U.S. ambassador's last moments
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Libya bans religious, tribal or ethnic parties
TRIPOLI // After not hearing from her brother Mahmoud for several hours earlier this week, Amal Ali Ibrahim dialled his mobile phone number in dread. After Qaddafi, Tripoli is a violent city of armed fiefdoms
Global Security Newswire - U.S. Seeks to Renew Contacts With Libyan WMD Scientists PrintShareEmailTwitterFacebookLinkedIn The United States is attempting to renew contacts with Libyan WMD experts in order to continue steering them toward civilian jobs as a means of ensuring their unique expertise is not used by hostile nations or terrorists to create new unconventional weapons, the Associated Press reported on Thursday (see GSN, March 10).
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What Do We do about Libya NOW With the U.S. and NATO's thumb firmly on the scale, the balance of power in Libya seems to be shifting steadily toward the rebel forces.
Libya: Three rookie errors In March, when China and Russia refused to veto UN Security Council resolution 1973 (authorising the use of force against Libya), alarm bells should have been ringing in Washington. The arch-realists in Beijing and Moscow were no converts to the lofty liberalism that suddenly overtook US foreign policy, nor keen to embrace a more elastic conception of sovereignty. They were just being pragmatic.
Interviewee: Robert E. Hunter, Senior Advisor, The Rand CorporationInterviewer: Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor, CFR.org April 19, 2011 President Barack Obama and the leaders of France and Britain have in effect called for the ouster of Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi, yet the failure to apply sufficient military force is a blow to NATO and U.S. credibility, says Robert E. NATO's Decline over Libya
Libya’s Lessons for North Korea Hey, remember when Bush Administration officials tried to convince Kim Jong Il that he could get the same denuclearization deal Bush gave Qadhafi? Yeah, the last couple of days might explain why Kim didn’t think it was such a great idea. Update | 11:25 am 22 March 2011
sans titre There are parts of the world that should be declared Zones of Total Bullshit. Take Libya. It seems like everybody who even tries to talk about the place starts lying.
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Matières premières : Fermeture d'un gazoduc reliant la Libye à l'Europe Le géant pétrolier et gazier italien Eni, qui exploite ce gazoduc, a décidé de fermer les robinets en raison des violences. L'Italie assure que cette suspension n'aura pas d'impact sur l'approvisionnement en Europe. Après le pétrole, le gaz.
Libya’s Oil Money Let Qaddafi Buy Support in Africa At this stage, without cash for guns or transport, Mr.
Des milliers de Tunisiens quittent la Libye - Monde
2 March 2011Last updated at 02:58 ET The BBC's Jim Muir: "There are thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border" Libya unrest: UN urges mass border evacuation
Stressés, les yeux fatigués, les Français rapatriés dans la nuit de Tripoli ont raconté la tension, l'attente et la peur dans la capitale libyenne où ils ont "tout laissé derrière eux", aujourd'hui à l'aéroport de Roissy, au nord de Paris. Débarqués, dans le froid, de deux vols militaires affrétés mardi, les quelque 500 rapatriés ont été accueillis à leur descente d'avion par une quarantaine de bénévoles de la Croix Rouge ainsi qu'une cellule d'urgence médico-psychologique. "Nous sommes soulagés", souffle une jeune maman avec sa fille dans les bras. Libye: les Français rapatriés raconte
Libye : "C'était un carnage absolu", actualité Monde : Le Point
LIBYAN PROTESTERS ATTACK S.KOREAN & CHINESE COMPANIES
LIBYE • Kadhafi n'a plus qu'à se pendre
La Libye et son armement