1449 AM - Radio Free Misurata and 675 AM Radio Free Benghazi. The Battle for Zawiyah (long version) Libye : un héros sans expérience a abattu un avion de l'armée de Kadhafi Libya. Interview exclusive de Mouammar Kadhafi sur FRANCE 24. Libya Alhurra. Libya Alhurra.
Connexion. Libye. La répression s'intensifie de manière "alarmante" - Monde. "Helicópteros y mercenarios disparan contra la gente" · ELPAÍS.com. El régimen de Muamar el Gadafi continúa, por segundo día consecutivo, con su campaña de terror contra la población civil.
Después de que ayer los militares atacaran varios objetivos en la capital libia con cazabombarderos y helicópteros, el régimen ha recurrido hoy a mercenarios fuertemente armados que patrullan las calles de Trípoli para dar caza a los opositores. Un ciudadano español que reside en Trípoli ha asegurado a este periódico que "los helicópteros están sobrevolando la ciudad disparando contra la gente. Mercenarios en coches patrullan la ciudad y disparan también".
Este testigo, que ha preferido guardar el anonimato por razones de seguridad, ha asegurado que "salir a la calle es complicado" y que la situación en los aeropuertos es caótica. "Más de 3.000 turcos esperan a las puertas del aeropuerto para coger un vuelo y dejar el país", ha contado. Amira, una joven libia aguanta como puede el castigo del Ejército, ha confesado, en conversación telefónica, "sentir miedo".
Defiant Muammar Gaddafi's troops shoot protesters as leader vows to stay put. Defiant leader tells country "I'm still here" Denounces protest leaders as rats Warns Libyans they face death sentence LIBYAN dictator Muammar Gaddafi was clinging to power yesterday as his troops gunned down protesting civilians - prompting international condemnation and even cries of genocide from members of his own government and military.
Libye - Où en sommes nous ce matin (22/02/2011) ? A propos de 4X Plus de 30.000 noms de domaines .FR ne sont pas renouvelés par leur titulaire et redeviennent disponibles chaque mois.
La Libye de Kadhafi n'existe plus. On a assisté au scénario de la fuite, avec Ben Ali.
Puis à celui du bannissement, avec Moubarak. Avec Kadhafi, c'est la haine finale, le carnage qui laisse augurer le pire dénouement. En Libye, la quête démocratique est recouverte par la guerre civile froidement voulue par Kadhafi. L'homme qui est apparu halluciné et ivre de violence meurtrière sur les écrans, le mardi 22 février, est en fait la caricature d'un passé qu'on espère révolu.
Turmoil in Gadhafi regime, Lybia. ASSOCIATED PRESS February 21, 2011 8:26PM Updated: September 24, 2012 6:25AM CAIRO (AP) — A defiant Moammar Gadhafi vowed to fight to his “last drop of blood” and roared at supporters to strike back against Libyan protesters to defend his embattled regime Tuesday, signaling an escalation in a crackdown that has thrown the capital into scenes of mayhem, wild shooting and bodies in the streets.
The speech by the Libyan leader — who shouted and pounded his fists on the podium — was an all-out call for his backers to impose control over the capital and take back other cities. United Shades Of Britain - Please spread the message: they are being massacred and want people to know. Libye : Libye : "On a pris le pouvoir à l'ambassade" - Monde. Stop the Massacre - Save the Libyans Petition. The international news organizations are broadcasting atrocities that are being committed against unarmed civilians in Libya that could be considered crimes against humanity.
This country has been ruled with an iron fist for the past 42 years by the notorious regime of Muammar Gaddafi. While claiming to have a unique form of direct democracy, the regime has never tolerated any dissent, and has carried out many atrocities over the decades it has been in power oppressing its people, including public hangings, long-term imprisonments without trial, and the infamous massacre of 1270 prisoners in the Abusleem prison in Tripoli in 1996. Libya has no constitution, parliament, elections or free press. All political activities and parties are banned. The Libyan people have risen in a wide wave of protests since February 15th that are turning into a bloodbath due to the vicious repression of these protests that the rulers of Libya have unleashed on its citizens. China official warns of domestic unrest and "hostile" West. Beijing - The Chinese government faces a turbulent time of domestic unrest and challenges from "hostile Western forces" that it will fight with more sophisticated controls, a Communist Party law-and-order official said.
A man is arrested by police after internet social networks called to join a "Jasmine Revolution" protest in downtown Shanghai February 20, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Barria Chen Jiping, deputy secretary general of the Communist Party's Political and Legal Affairs Committee, gave the toughly worded warning in this week's issue of Outlook Weekly, and blamed Western democratic countries for fomenting unrest. He did not mention the protests that have rocked authoritarian governments in the Middle East, and his words reflect the Communist Party's own homegrown fears. Libya (and Beyond) LiveBlog: Standoffs. 2205 GMT: Al Jazeera English has posted video of wounded men being treated in Az Zawiyah, where fierce battles took place between regime forces and the opposition today. 2155 GMT: The first edition of the newspaper in "free" Benghazi has been published 2150 GMT: Text messages to Libyans declare that a local cleric has issued a fatwa against watching television channels "like Al Jazeera" that incite bloodshed. 2145 GMT: Libya's Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations, who broke with the regime earlier this week, has appealed to key Brigadier Generals Mahdi Al Arabi and Mohamed Al Esawi to turn against Muammar Qaddafi. 2055 GMT: Reports circulate that Qaddafi supporters are trying to raid the Qatar Embassy in Tripoli.
Tentative de coup d’Etat à Tripoli ? Profile: Muammar Gaddafi - In Depth. Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has been Africa's and the Arab world's longest-ruling, most erratic, most grimly fascinating leader - presiding for 42 years over this desert republic with vast oil reserves and just 6 million people.
For years, he was an international pariah blamed for the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am jumbo jet over Lockerbie, Scotland, that killed 270 people. After years of denial, Libya acknowledged responsibility, agreed to pay up to $10 million to relatives of each victim, and Gaddafi declared he would dismantle all weapons of mass destruction. That eased him back into the international community. But in February, days after the uprising against him began, Gaddafi gave a televised speech amid violent social unrest against his autocratic rule. In the speech, he vowed to hunt down protesters "inch by inch, room by room, home by home, alleyway by alleyway. " Gaddafi came to power in 1969 after leading a bloodless coup toppling King Idris at the age of 27. A UN First! Both Israel and Palestine Co-Sponsor Resolution Condemning Libya Violence. Leave it to Muammar Qaddafi to bring together the Israelis and Palestinians at the United Nations.
I have just obtained the copy of a draft resolution from the Human Rights Council that strongly condemns the violence in Libya. The resolution is as strongly worded as they come. But what is more significant than the substance of the resolution is the broad support that it has attracted by a diverse set of members.
CPS.HSV70.101207122459.photo01.photo.default-512x335. H-4-2413939-1298371794. Pictures. 52729_le-president-sarkozy-et-le-dirigeant-libyen-mouammar-kadhafi-le-1e-decembre-2007-a-l-elysee. Photos de Kadhafi ? Paris: l?Elys?e s?est tromp? ? Article ? OWNI, Digital Journalism. #Feb17 Libye : communauté internationale, où es tu ? #LIVE. Libya erupts as Gaddafi clings on - live updates. I'm going to call it a night and hand over to my colleague Ben Quinn. Click here for his coverage throughout the evening. The Libyan Youth Movement (ShababLibya) has tweeted this from Tripoli in the wake of Gaddafi's speech:
The Real News Network. 20080610Kadhafiversaillesinside. Sarko_kadhafi. Libye : Tobrouk aux mains des manifestants. The first report from the Egyptian border with Libya by Al Jazeera English. A large organization? No. Libya defectors: Pilots told to bomb protesters flee to Malta. Two high-ranking Libyan air force pilots have who fled to Malta in their aircraft are reported to have told officials they escaped rather than carry out orders to bomb civilians. The officers defected as Libyan diplomats in several countries and international organisations resigned in protest at the regime's violent response to the deepening crisis. They included Muammar Gaddafi's ambassadors to China, India, Indonesia and Poland, as well as Libya's representative to the Arab League and most, if not all, of its mission at the United Nations.
Omar Jelban, head of the London People's Bureau, flatly denied an al-Jazeera report he too had quit. Jelban was earlier called to the Foreign Office to hear what William Hague, the foreign secretary, called "our absolute condemnation of the use of lethal force against demonstrators". The two Mirage F1 jets touched down in Malta after the pilots said they urgently needed to refuel and sought emergency clearance to land. Tunisie : l'ambassadeur Boillon défend Kadhafi ! Evidence of mercenaries roaming the streets of Tripoli... [image]