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Archive | February 28, 2011

Military Confrontation with Muammar Gaddafi’s Regime Considered

Benghazi and Misrata is reported to have been bombed by the Gaddafi regime. The Gaddafi-Libyan Air Force is flying predominantly Russian-made MIGs and helicopter gunships. The Libyan Navy is also reported by DEBKAfile to have bombarded the city of Benghazi. The US deployed naval and air force units near Libya, as United Kingdom Prime Minister […]

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Amateur Video of Night Street Fighting in Benghazi, Libya

Video showing night street fighting in Libya and totaled car — apparently crushed by a tank or similar vehicle. In Libya, areas still under the control of Colonel Gaddafi are being reduced by the opposition. Protesters have reportedly taken over the eastern regions of Libya. The capital, Tripoli remains heavily guarded by pro-Gaddafi forces with […]

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Puget Sound Anarchists Report on Anti-Cop Action

View Larger Google Street View of at Boren and Howell. The Puget Sound Anarchists reported that on the night (about 9:00 p.m.) of February 26th, anarchists dressed in black with masks covering their faces met at the intersection of Boren and Howell in Seattle, Washington. A banner was seen reading “Cops Murder Everywhere, Bite Back!”. […]

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Clinton Urges Gaddafi to Step Down; No-Fly Zone on the Table

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is imploring the world to hold Moammar Gadhafi’s regime to account for gross atrocities that include reports of executing soldiers for refusing to turn their guns on their fellow citizens. Speaking at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday, Clinton said Gaddafi must leave power “now, without […]

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Narrow Escape of British Citizens in Remote Oil Fields of Libya

Hercules RAF C-130 aircraft landed in the Libyan desert twice over the weekend to pick up British nationals and foreign citizens working in remote oil camps. One of the planes had a narrow escape after a bullet passed through the cockpit and ricocheted off a pilot’s helmet, the BBC reported. The aircraft took at least […]

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