Friday, February 18, 2011

At least 12 people were killed were injured in the protests against Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Qadhafi

At least 12 people were killed and dozens were injured in the protests against Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Qadhafi in Al Baida and Benghazi, Libya.
The protesters who inspired tensions in Egypt and Tunisia was also mentioned that day as "day of anger".
Al Arabiya News Agency quoted the networking opposition and nongovernmental organizations reported that security forces and militia of the Revolutionary Council opened fire on protesters in Al-Baida. At least six protesters were killed.
The group Human Rights in Geneva, "Human Solidarity", reported the existence of a number of rooftop snipers, killing at least 13 protesters. News Agency France Press reported that at least six people were killed and 38 injured in Libya's second largest city, Benghazi.
The event also melonjakkan a networking group in Facebook that invites its members to follow the "day of anger". Originally the group consisted of 4400 people. In the aftermath of clashes in Benghazi, the group has members up to 10,000 people.
Qadhafi to power in Libya after a coup in 1969. He is the longest ruling leader in African countries and Arab, that is 41 years. Triggers protest was allegedly due to the detention of human rights lawyer, Fathi Terbil, by Libyan security forces. Later, Terbil reportedly been released.
Local media reported that support Qadhafi demonstration conducted in several cities of the country after protests Benghazi. (Ant / SHA)

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