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Nouri al-Mismari “leave the remaining tasks to us” 250872301. # Libya map of the situation / 02/03. Paris envoie un porte hélicoptère en Lybie.. Untitled - Need Help near Tripoli... Feb 17 voices (feb17voices) Yqq4. Libya: Arab League Warns It Could Impose No-Fly Zone To Protect The Libyan People. The Arab League has said it could enforce a military no-fly zone over Libya if leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi allows his own people to suffer further bloodshed.

Libya: Arab League Warns It Could Impose No-Fly Zone To Protect The Libyan People

The organisation, whose members include countries across the Middle East, said it could team up with the African Union and patrol the skies above the country to prevent the Libyan air force carrying out attacks. Secretary-general Amr Moussa said: "The Arab League will not stand with its hands tied while the blood of the brotherly Libyan people is spilt. " Imposing a no-fly zone is also one of the options being considered by the British Government. Foreign Secretary William Hague indicated on Tuesday that it could be enforced without UN backing, but would require the support of allies.

Le Monstre contre-attaque, appel à l'aide des insurgés, actualité Reuters. Arab League to reject foreign military action in Libya. Readying the Resistance in Libya - Photo Essays. Libye: «On est au bord de la catastrophe humanitaire» At least 6000 people have been killed. A MONSTER IS IN THE PLACE / Libya uprising - live updates. Good morning, welcome to rolling coverage of events in Libya and throughout the Middle East and north Africa.

Libya uprising - live updates

Here's a summary of the latest developments. • Two explosions have rocked Tripoli this morning. One appeared to be a tanker on the bridge near the Rixos hotel and the other was towards the coast. A witness suggested on Twitter that the former was the result of a traffic accident but it will heighten nervousness in the capital, one of Muammar Gaddafi's few remaining strongholds. • Forces loyal to Gaddafi have retaken at least two towns near the capital, according to the Associated Press.

La France envoie des avions et un navire en Libye - international - toute l'actualité internationale. Libya Alhurra. Libye - 2 mars 2011 - 13ème jour. Hillary Clinton: Libya may become democracy or face civil war. 1 March 2011Last updated at 22:13 Mrs Clinton said Col Gaddafi "must go now, without further violence or delay" Libya could become a peaceful democracy or face years of civil war, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has told Congressional lawmakers.

Hillary Clinton: Libya may become democracy or face civil war

Mrs Clinton appeared on Capitol Hill to urge Congress not to cut funds needed to deal with crises abroad. Meanwhile, US Defence Secretary Robert Gates said the US was weighing "a lot of options and contingencies". The comments came a day after the US began repositioning warships and military aircraft in the Libya region. International pressure on Gadhafi increases. U.S.

International pressure on Gadhafi increases

Navy moves closer to Libya Libya's Deputy U.N. Ambassador Dabbashi on Gadhafi: "No one loves him"It's not clear who the opposition leaders areSituation in Misrata stableU.S. weighing whether to cut diplomatic ties with Libya. Libya unrest: Muammar Gaddafi loyalists advance to east. 2 March 2011Last updated at 15:49 John Simpson describes the moment Gaddafi's forces bomb an arms dump Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi have moved into rebel territory in the east and are battling for an oil installation in the town of Brega.

Libya unrest: Muammar Gaddafi loyalists advance to east

Its manager said government forces took control at dawn without force but the rebels said they had regained the town. Pro-Gaddafi jets also bombed an arms dump in the nearby city of Ajdabiya. Col Gaddafi said on TV he would "fight until the last man and woman" and warned thousands of Libyans would die if Western forces intervened. U.S. Warships Head For Libya As Qaddafi Forces Step Up Attacks - Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2011. Rebel forces opposed to Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi have won a strategic victory by defeating government forces who tried to wrest back control of a key oil port 500 miles east of Tripoli.

U.S. Warships Head For Libya As Qaddafi Forces Step Up Attacks - Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2011

In a day-long battle that began just after dawn on March 2, several hundred pro-Qaddafi forces supported by artillery and war planes attacked a small contingent of oppositionists in Brega, where the country's second largest petroleum facility is located. News of the attack brought out citizen militias from the nearby cities of Benghazi and Ajdabiya, who arrived with AK-47s, rocket-propelled grenades, and antitank weapons. After losing ground all morning, the opposition fighters regained the control they have had since last week and drove the Qadaffi loyalists back to an area near the sea.

At least six people were confirmed dead and 16 injured, but those numbers were expected to rise. Reports: Gaddafi forces make gains - Africa. The Libyan air force has bombed the oil refinery and port town of Marsa El Brega as battles between forces loyal and against Muammar Gaddafi continued to rage in several towns across the North African country.

Reports: Gaddafi forces make gains - Africa

"We just watched an air force jet ... fly over Brega and drop at least one bomb and huge plumes of smoke are now coming out," Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley said on Wednesday. The warplane from Gaddafi's air force struck a beach near where the two sides were fighting at a university campus. A witness said the blast raised a plume of sand from a dune but caused no casualties, apparently an attempt to scare off the anti-Gaddafi fighters besieging regime forces in the campus.

"All the fighters here are massing. We understand that something like 250-300 pro-Gaddafi fighters are inside Brega and they are being surrounded," our correspondent said. #LIBIA EN VIVO #Gadafi dice que terroristas invadieron el país. Libya unrest: Fuel tanker explodes in capital Tripoli. 2 March 2011Last updated at 07:31 There has been a series of large explosions in Libya's capital, Tripoli.

Libya unrest: Fuel tanker explodes in capital Tripoli

They were caused by oil tanker which had fallen on its side. It is not clear whether the incident is an act of sabotage. BBC correspondents staying in a hotel near the blasts report seeing a fire, smoke, police and fire engines. Gadhafi - "My People Love Me" # LIBYA Air Bombing Video 02/03 - Breaking News Videos from CNN.com. Pistorius trial cross-examination ends1:11Jewish center shooting suspect identified1:12Day care hit-and-run suspect in custody1:11Girl unwraps soldier dad for birthday0:49What is Bitcoin?

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Rebel force threatens march on Tripoli

The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved military and financial sanctions against Gadhafi’s regime, asking the International Criminal Court to investigate alleged crimes against humanity in clashes that have left hundreds dead. U.S. President Barack Obama called for the Libyan leader to step down after four decades in power, saying he “has lost the legitimacy to rule.” Most residents of the capital, Tripoli — the dictator’s redoubt — stayed home Saturday, bracing for further violence while armed patrols spread out across the city. Libya Protests: Explosions Heard In Tripoli Day After Saif Gaddafi Said Military Not Involved.

The Arab League has said it could enforce a military no-fly zone over Libya if leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi allows his own people to suffer further bloodshed. The organisation, whose members include countries across the Middle East, said it could team up with the African Union and patrol the skies above the country to prevent the Libyan air force carrying out attacks.

Secretary-general Amr Moussa said: "The Arab League will not stand with its hands tied while the blood of the brotherly Libyan people is spilt. " Imposing a no-fly zone is also one of the options being considered by the British Government. LIBYA: ANNULLING TREATY WITH LIBYA A MISTAKE, FRATTINI - ANSAmed - ANSAMED.info. Vidéos publiées par انتفاضة 17 فبراير 2011- لنجعله يوم للغضب في ليبيا : إنضمام الجيش الليبي للمتظاهرين ضد الطاغية و المرتزقة.