Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 22, 2011

Revolusi Di Libya, hampir 400 terbunuh.. Bandar Benghazi Dikuasai Rakyat

Benghazi Jatuh Ke Tangan Rakyat Libya.. Beberapa Pegawai tinggi Tentera Berpaling Tadah

The city is no longer under military control. It is completely under demonstrators’ control..Reuters

Bandar ini tidak lagi di bawah kawalan tentera Ia benar-benar di bawah kawalan penunjuk Perasaan..

Residents riding in the back of a vehicle celebrate and display the victory sign in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country's second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli's main square for the first time.

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Residents riding in the back of a vehicle celebrate and display the victory sign in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country’s second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli’s main square for the first time.

A resident, right, holds a pre-Gadhafi era national flag as he celebrates in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country's second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli's main square for the first time.

A resident, right, holds a pre-Gadhafi era national flag as he celebrates in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country’s second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli’s main square for the first time.

Residents and medical personnel at Al-Jalaa hospital in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Writing in arabic reads "Al-Galaa Hospital, Emergency and Paramedic section". Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country's second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli's main square for the first time.

Residents and medical personnel at Al-Jalaa hospital in Benghazi, Libya on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Writing in arabic reads “Al-Galaa Hospital, Emergency and Paramedic section”. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country’s second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli’s main square for the first time.

Demonstrators gather in front of the Libyan Embassy in Attard, Malta, Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi  claiming control of the country's second largest city after bloody fighting, while anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli's main square for the first time. Moammar Gadhafi's son vowed that his father and security forces would fight "until the last bullet."

Demonstrators gather in front of the Libyan Embassy in Attard, Malta, Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi claiming control of the country’s second largest city after bloody fighting, while anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli’s main square for the first time. Moammar Gadhafi’s son vowed that his father and security forces would fight “until the last bullet.”

In Libya Revolution, nearly 400 killed

The International Federation for Human Rights says as many as 400 pro-democracy protesters have been killed so far in the popular Libyan Revolution.

The group’s leader Souhayr Belhassen said anti-Muammar Gaddafi protests has resulted in “between 300 and 400 deaths, probably closer to 400,” AFP reported Monday.

The Paris-based group added that its information came largely from human rights groups in Libya.

This comes as protesters have seized several cities, including Benghazi and Sirte, due to the defection of several army units, and despite a bloody crackdown launched by the Gaddafi regime.

Meanwhile in Tripoli, protesters attacked the headquarters of the state television station overnight and set fire to the offices of the People’s Committees — the mainstay of the government.

Reports also say that the security forces killed scores of people in the country’s second largest city, Benghazi, in just few past hours.

The developments come as popular revolutions continue to sweep the US-backed autocratic regimes across the Middle East and North Africa.

In the meantime, there have been unconfirmed reports that Gaddafi has fled the country.PressTV

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Gaddafi Sudah Melarikan Diri

Gaddafi flees Tripoli

Libyan leader Muammar Qadaffy is believed to have decamped the capital Tripoli after anti-government demonstrators breached the state television building and set government property alight.

Protesters appear to have gained a foothold in Tripoli as banks and government buildings were looted while demonstrators have claimed they have taken control of the second city Benghazi.

It is thought up to 400 people may have died in the unrest with dozens more reported killed in Tripoli overnight as protests reached the capital for the first time and army units were said to have defected to the opposition.

The Libyan justice minister has now resigned in protest at the ‘excessive use of violence’ against the protesters, according to the Quryna newspaper.rantburg

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We have buried today 11 bodies of soldiers who refused to fire on civilians and were executed by Gaddafi officers.. The bodies were cut, heads in one side and legs in the other…it is a crime what is happening here,” said Elsanous Ali Eldorsi, a retired judge in Benghazi.Reuters

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