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February 21, 2011 by staff 

Amazonian Guard, Violence intensified in Libya, the government attacked the demonstrators and the rebels claim control of the second largest city after Muammar Gaddafi, son of the participant threatened?? Rivers blood, AU unless the uprising ends. Security forces stormed, hiding?? Terror and sabotage, the AU and urged citizens to help restore security, state television said in a news bulletin, warning against, organized gangs that destroy Libya. Au army had fired on demonstrators in the capital, Tripoli, Al Jazeera television. The demonstrators in Benghazi, the second largest city, said they had captured the city after violent clashes yesterday, the Associated Press, citing witnesses. The International Federation of Human Rights has reported more than 300 people were killed last week.

In a televised address late yesterday of State, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has warned of the risk of civil war with, hundreds of thousands dead, if the AU protesters gift AOT engage in a dialogue with the government. He said that the army, security and?? Impose restore things to normal, whatever the price, the AU and warned that the conflict may drive the oil companies away. BP Plc stopped exploration and Norway; Statoil ASA AOS has closed its office in Tripoli.

The United States condemned Libya, the use of participating in lethal force against peaceful demonstrators, with unconfirmed media reports put the death toll in the country to 300.

Demonstrators and security forces battled for control Libyan downtown at night in Tripoli, with the opening of fire from snipers and supporters of longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi fire vehicles speeding, according to reports.

Meanwhile, Gaddafi’s son, Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, has warned that the country is facing a bloody civil war, when anti-government protesters refused to accept offers of reform.

Bursts of gunfire were heard during the night for the first time in the capital since violence broke out six days ago in Libya’s second city, Benghazi, where a hospital has reported some 50 dead and 200 wounded Sunday.

Eyewitnesses said that the anti-government demonstrators had poured into the central square of Tripoli Green where they were attacked by security forces and militias.

A central government building in the Libyan capital of Tripoli was fired Monday by Al-Arabiya television. The protesters also ransacked the headquarters of state television during the night and burned the offices of People’s Committees are the backbone of the regime, the report said.

At least 233 people were killed in Libya since protests erupted on February 15 against the autocratic regime of Gadhafi, according to U.S. group Human Rights Watch.


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