# Libya 28/02
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Live du 14e jour du mouvement "Mon peuple m'adore" C'est ce qu'a déclaré ce soir le Colonel Kadhafi lors d'une interview accordée plusieurs médias (la télévision américaine ABC, la chaîne américaine BBC et le Times de Londres). "Ils mourraient pour me protéger ", a-t-il ajout, avant de réitérer ses accusations contre Al Qaida qui abreuverait la jeunesse de l'opposition en drogues.
This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN : As the uprising continues in Libya, more areas have fallen into the hands of pro-democracy protesters, but Colonel Muammar Gaddafi retains control of the capital Tripoli.
The USS Kearsarge, which visited Malta four years ago. The US military is moving naval and air forces into position around Libya, the Pentagon said today, as Western countries weigh possible intervention against Moamer Kadhafi's regime. "We have planners working various contingency plans, and I think it's safe to say as part of that we're repositioning forces to provide for that flexibility once decisions are made," Pentagon spokesman Colonel Dave Lapan told reporters. The redeployment of "naval and air forces" would give US President Barack Obama a range of options in the crisis, said Lapan, without specifying what ships and aircraft had been given orders or what potential action was under consideration.
President Obama recently called on Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi to step down as leader, saying that Gaddafi and his government are now being held accountable by the world for violating the human rights of the Libyan people. State Department Sec. Hillary Clinton is in Geneva, Switzerland, for conversations with foreign ministers from the European Union, Russia and other powers — including envoys from Arab and African nations — on further actions. Earlier, she made a speech before the U.N. Human Rights Council on the crisis in Libya and status of its government.
En Libye, des milliers de personnes tentent de fuir les affrontements, qui ont fait plusieurs centaines de morts. 100.000 personnes ont déjà quitté le pays. Malte a déjà accueilli plus de 8.000 étrangers depuis le début de la crise libyenne et s'inquiète d'un nouvel afflux de migrants. Le Canada mais aussi l'Angleterre ont estimé que le dirigeant libyen Mouammar Kadhafi devait quitter ses fonctions.
Early Sunday morning, Februrary 27, several lawyers from Benghazi demanded several actions to be taken that it will pursue as the government shifts and the regime changes. Here are their propositions: Call on the African Union to investigate and tell Libya which countries were sending mercenaries to kill the Libyan people. Call for an investigation on where the people’s money went for the past 42 years.
Dos helicópteros de las fuerzas leales a Muammar Gaddafi fueron derribados cerca de la ciudad de Misrata , a unos 200 kilómetros al este de Trípoli (Libia), afirmó el abogado Abdel Baset Merziq a la cadena de televisión Al Arabiya. Según Merziq, el primer helicóptero fue abatido antes disparar, mientras que el segundo lanzó tres misiles, que no alcanzaron su objetivo y que no dejaron víctimas, antes de ser derribado cerca de Misrata. Cabe consignar que Misrata es la tercera ciudad del país que está en poder de los rebeldes.
By JOHN HEILPRIN and SYLVIE CORBET , 02.28.11, 07:00 AM EST GENEVA — France announced it is sending two planes with humanitarian aid to Libya’s opposition stronghold of Benghazi on Monday, in what its prime minister described as the start of a “massive operation” to push Gadhafi from power. French Prime Minister Francois Fillon spoke in Paris as foreign ministers from around the world, including U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, gathered in Geneva to coordinate action against Gadhafi’s regime. Fillon said the planes would leave “in a few hours” for the eastern city of Benghazi with doctors, nurses, medicines and medical equipment.