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Papinsh raksta:Kadafi spēki ir viltīgi un nomainījuši uniformas un tehniku, lai būtu līdzīgi nemiernieku spēkiem.
Viņi ko, saģērbušies civilās drēbēs un arī brauc uz džipiem? :lol:
Papinsh raksta:Kā gan var atšķirt kuram tie tanki un lidmašīnas pieder?
Vot nezinu, kā tur ar tankiem, bet lidmašīnām principā ir tāds devaiss, kas saucas transponders, kurš cita starpā nodrošina arī attiecīgās lidmašīnas atpazīstamību, un šāda tipa priekšmetu izmantošanu balstās `savs-svešs` atpazīšanas procedūra aviācijas un PGA tēmēšanas sistēmās.
tas_pats_lv raksta:Un varenākais militārais spēks Bengazī pusei bija franču groud-ground raķešu kompleksi, ko viņai piegādāja Katāra pa taisno no Francijas
Tie ir tie, kas bildēs? :P
tas_pats_lv raksta:Vai šī konflikta pamatdoma, ir pasauli pārvalda idioti?
Vai tad par šo vēl kāds šaubās? :roll: :D

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 19 Apr 2011 21:45

Vot nezinu, kā tur ar tankiem, bet lidmašīnām principā ir tāds devaiss, kas saucas transponders, kurš cita starpā nodrošina arī attiecīgās lidmašīnas atpazīstamību, un šāda tipa priekšmetu izmantošanu balstās `savs-svešs` atpazīšanas procedūra aviācijas un PGA tēmēšanas sistēmās
Tā bija Lībijas armijas salabota līdmašīna. :) Un diez vai mudžahedu klases pleca zeme - gaiss raķetēm tāds ir. Bengazī monarhistu raķetes ir prettanku. :lol: Droši vien ja kāds tanks izmūk NATO lidmasīnas, lai netrako Bengazī. :D
Gérard Longuet, the French defence minister, agreed in an interview that removing the Libyan leader appeared to be beyond the scope of UN resolution 1973, which was passed to protect Libyan civilians. Britain's Foreign Office insisted, however, that no new resolution was needed and that there were no plans for one. Russia and China would almost certainly veto anything that smacked of explicitly authorising regime change.

Worries about "mission creep" in Libya were fuelled by a joint statement by Barack Obama, David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy, warning that it would be "an unconscionable betrayal" if Gaddafi remained in power. "Our duty and our mandate under UN security council resolution 1973 is to protect civilians, and we are doing that," the three leaders said. "It is not to remove Gaddafi by force. But it is impossible to imagine a future for Libya with Gaddafi in power."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ap ... resolution

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 20 Apr 2011 22:10

Libya foreign minister says free elections could be held
Abdul Ati al-Obeidi says regime prepared to consider interim government before elections six months after conflict ends
* Harriet Sherwood in Tripoli
* guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 20 April 2011 08.05 BST
Libya could hold free elections, supervised by the United Nations, within six months of the end of the conflict engulfing the country, its foreign minister has told the Guardian.

Abdul Ati al-Obeidi, who took over from Moussa Koussa after his defection from Libya last month, said the regime was prepared to consider an interim national government before elections could be held. A six-month period had been discussed, he said.

Obeidi said discussions about reform included "whether the Leader [Muammar Gaddafi] should stay and in what role, and whether he should retire". Gaddafi's future has become a pivotal issue between the regime and the opposition, which has demanded his departure.

Obeidi said: "Everything will be on the table."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ap ... -elections

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 25 Apr 2011 18:43

Gaddafi compound hit in Nato attack
Libyans claim Nato directly targeting Gaddafi in violation of UN resolution after office building and reception area damaged
* Harriet Sherwood in Tripoli
* guardian.co.uk, Monday 25 April 2011 17.28 BST
* Article history
Nato hits Gaddafi compound
Libyan soldiers near a damaged building at the Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli. Photograph: Mohamed Messara/EPA
Nato appeared to be targeting Muammar Gaddafi and his inner circle after two air strikes in three days hit sites in or near the Tripoli compound from where the Libyan leader is believed to direct government strategy in the civil war.
Liekas, ka NATO beidzot ir sapratis triviālā Lībijas konflikta risinājumu - Kadafi nejaušu nāvi - esamību, un vienīgo risinājumu, kas būtu pozitīvs monarhistiem un agresoriem.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 01 Mai 2011 16:07

Ir ziņas, ka bumbojot Kadafi, ir nogalināts Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, 29 - Kadafi jaunākais dēls. Šāda neveiksmīga bumbošana, nav izraisījusi sašutumu tikai karalisko kāzu dēļ. Kadafi pats ir dzīvs un vesels.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 27 Mai 2011 23:22

He, kaut arī no ziņu pirmajām lapām Lībija ir pazudusi, bet karš turpinās. G8 arī apsprieda Lībijas jautājumu, kopā ar finansiālu jautājumu par palīdzību "jaunajām arābu demokrātijām" Ēģipti un Tunisiju. Protams, Lībija nebija uzaicināta, jo vēl joprojām nav noorganizēta pārvalde (neviens īsti negrib to karogu ņemt).
No otras puses, šis karš nav kļuvis par "avīžu karu", bet vēl joprojām turpinās kauja par Misratu. Jāsaka visas uzslavas Lībijas zaļajai armijai, kas prot darboties pat ļoti radoši, proti, bombardēt! Kā zināms, NATO galvenais uzdevums nodrošināt gaisa telpas virs Lībijas okupāciju. Tad Lībijas zaļā armija, lai bombardētu Misratas ostas krātuves izmantoja ļoti labi ieroci pret NATO jaudīgajam lidmašīnām. Bet te jāiepazīstas mazliet ar vēsturi: Matiass Rust (Mathias Rust) - vieglu lidmašīnu šķērsoja visu Padomju Savienības Eiropas daļu un nolaidās Kremļa laukumā. Šīs pašas vieglās lidmašīnas izmantoja Lībijas zaļās armijas piloti, lai iznīcinātu Misratas ostā glabājošas enerģijas rezerves, piesmejot NATO. Galu galā, šodienas ziņa ir, kas Liebritānija sūtīs uz Lībiju "APACHE" helihopterus Attēls. Kā zināms, ANO nav atļāvusi sauszemes iebrukumu, bet Krievija (kopā ar Ķīnu, Turciju un citiem) protams, tagad jau neļaus pieņemt jaunu rezolūciju. Līdz ar to pacelsies jautājums, kā tad "Apače" grasās darboties? Kaut gan Britiem jau ir prakse - proti gadījums, kad tehniskas kļūmes dēl Lībijā nokrita kaujas līdmašīna, un lai savāktu pilotus tika sūtīti ar "Apače" ar atbalsta grupu, kuri šāvā visus, kas nestaigāja ar ASv karogu. :) (Atgādina Osama bin Ladena epopejisko nogalināšanu)

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 03 Jūn 2011 21:19

Kā jau teikts iepriekš , Lībijas karš pārceļojis uz avīžu otrajām un tālāk. Pēc G8 sanāksmes, tika lūgts Krievijai, lai tā klūst par starpnieci šai konfliktā. Kā jau zināms ASV mīl Lībijas monarhisti, bet zaļajai Lībijai palīdz, Āfrikas savienība (Africa Union). Un protams, tas ir strupceļš. Tamdēļ, G8 izdomāja šo jocīgo gājienu ar Krieviju. Bet tas rada vairāk jautājumus, jo abām Lībijas pusēm ir dziļa neuzticība Krievijai.
Tai pat laikā, Lībijā Misratas aplenkums vairs nav aktīvs, un "zaļā Lībija" ir pārgājusi uz mašīnu spridzināšanu Bengazi atgādinot, ka velns tev var atnākt pakaļ arī pa sētas durvīm.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 11 Jūn 2011 00:19

Kā jau tas bija gaidāms, NATO grib aktivizēt fizisku karadarbību Lībijā, lai būtu kaut kāds progress. "Progresīvie Lībijas atbrīvotāji" skandinādami - "Slava alaham" ir uzsākuši uzbrukumu no nesen ielenktās Misratas pilsētas.

Protams, ir bēda ar NATO atbalstu.
Officials involved in the Nato campaign say the frustration on the ground reflects tension between what the insurgents want and the mandate laid out by the UN. "Nato nations are in Libya to protect civilians. The rebels have proved themselves to be very courageous but we are not there to act as their air force," said one.
Proti, Lībijas monarhistu spēki cer, ka viņus uzņems NATO. :)

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NATO rejects ceasefire call from Italy
English.news.cn 2011-06-25 11:43:20

BEIJING, June 25 (Xinhuanet) --NATO has rejected a call from Italy to suspend hostilities in Libya. The alliance's chief, Anders Fogh-Rasmussen, tried to reassure wavering members that Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, can be beaten.

Italy's ceasefire call exposes the strain on the NATO alliance. Nearly 14 weeks of bombings have so far failed to overthrow Gaddafi. NATO is facing mounting pressure over the cost of the conflict and rising civilian casualties. Rasmussen said the allies are committed to making necessary efforts for a sustained operation.

US, British and French leaders have said they will keep up the pressure until Gaddafi steps down. But rebels opposing him have been unable to break through his defenses and advance on the capital Tripoli.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 01 Jūl 2011 14:08

Libyan rebels hope French weapons will break Misrata stalemate

Lack of artillery, mortars and tanks are frustrating efforts to expand pocket around enclave, rebels say
Chris Stephen in Misrata
The Guardian, Friday 1 July 2011

Libyan rebels in Misrata said on Thursday night that they are in discussions with France to supply weapons and ammunition to fighters in the besieged coastal enclave.

The frontlines have remained in stalemate for more than a month, with the city enduring nightly bombardments from rockets, and rebel fighters saying they lack the heavy weapons to break the ring of government forces around the city.

"We are in discussion with France to supply us with the guns," said rebel military spokesman Ibrahim Betalmal. "We are trying to do our best to get ammunition and guns from France and inshallah [God willing] we are going to get those guns. These are negotiations with France, not with Nato."

The news comes after reports from Paris said France airdropped weapons and ammunition to rebel forces battling pro-Gaddafi forces in the western mountains who are pushing towards Tripoli from the Tunisian border.

Rebels in Misrata say their efforts to expand the pocket around the battered city are frustrated because of a lack of artillery, mortars and tanks. For the past four weeks successive rebel offensives pushing west towards Tripoli have been turned back by pro-Gaddafi forces dug in around the town of Zlitan.

Nato has stepped up air strikes against government positions in the past two weeks and has used warships for shore bombardment, but they have not been coordinated with rebel troop movements.

Betalmal said negotiations were being handled by the rebel government, the National Transitional Council, and refused to speculate on what kind of weapons might be offered or when they might arrive. The UN has imposed an arms embargo on Libya and Nato warships patrol the coastline to intercept ships suspected of bringing weapons to either government or rebel forces.

"We notice that Nato over the past two weeks has increased air strikes for which we are grateful," said Betalmal.

Libya's opposition leader had earlier on Thursday said that rebels needed more weapons and funding, as China and Russia raised concerns over revelations that France had supplied arms.

Mahmoud Jibril, of the Transitional National Council, said foreign deliveries of military hardware would give the rebels a chance to "decide this battle quickly [and] to spill as little blood as possible".

French military spokesman Colonel Thierry Burkhard said on Wednesday that France had airlifted weapons to Libyan civilians in a mountain region south of Tripoli. The deliveries of guns, rocket-propelled grenades and munitions took place in early June in the western Nafusa mountains, when Gaddafi's troops had encircled civilians.

Gaddafi's prime minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi predicted that France "will suffer for this", saying that the weapons could end up in the hands of terrorists.

"Many more French citizens will die because of these acts," al-Mahmoudi told a small group of reporters in Tripoli, according to a partial transcript of his remarks obtained by the Associated Press.

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Nelasītas ziņa 9K116 » 01 Jūl 2011 15:08

Vispār jau politika `dodam ieročus hvz kam` neliekas sevišķi saprātīga. Nav jau sevišķi prognozējams, ko no t.s. `Lībijas opozīcijas` var sagaidīt nākotnē...

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Muammar Gaddafi threatens European 'homes, offices, families'
Libyan leader said in radio message he would carry out attacks in Europe if Nato didn't cease its airstrike campaign
David Smith guardian.co.uk, Friday 1 July 2011 20.02 BST

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ju ... ens-europe

Clinton dismisses Gaddafi threats over Nato's air strikes in Libya
US secretary of state says Libyan leader's warning that he will attack Europe will not deter Nato or affect its air campaign

* David Batty and agencies guardian.co.uk, Saturday 2 July 2011 13.27 BST
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ju ... nato-libya

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 15 Jūl 2011 20:37

Libya
• Foreign ministers, including Hillary Clinton and William Hague, are gathering in Istanbul for the fourth meeting of the international contact group on Libya, where Turkey will propose a "roadmap" for ending the crisis.
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By Jonathan Marcus BBC Defence and Diplomatic Correspondent
Libyan rebels near Zintan, 28 June 2011 The rebels in western Libya have been making advances in recent days
Libya Crisis
The French military are presenting their decision to parachute in weaponry to the Libyan rebels in the western Nafusa mountains as a response to a specific local situation.
Civilians, they say, were encircled by government forces who refused to allow the opening up of an aid corridor to reach them.
A French military spokesman says weapons including assault rifles, machine guns and rocket launchers were air-dropped earlier this month.
A report in today's Le Figaro newspaper suggests that Milan anti-tank missiles may also have been included.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13966976

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Gaddafi's soldiers come under pressure at oil town but rebels elsewhere say their efforts are hampered by lack of weapons
They have made significant gains against Muammar Gaddafi's forces in recent weeks and now have Gharyan, a pivotal gateway to Tripoli, in their sights. But they are relying almost entirely on hardware captured from Gaddafi's fleeing troops, and their momentum stalled last week. This raised the prospect of a stalemate going into Ramadan in August.
Nu ko, atliek gaidīt Ramadanu Augustā :)

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 17 Jūl 2011 22:48

AFP - Fresh blasts rocked Tripoli on Sunday after veteran Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi vowed never to give in to mounting calls to go into exile despite a new offensive by rebels seeking to oust him.

At least 13 explosions were heard before and just after 1 am (2300 GMT Saturday). An AFP journalist was unable to say immediately what the targets had been.

State television reported that “the colonialist crusader aggressor” had raided civilian and military sites in the Ain Zara district and in Tajoura in the eastern suburbs.

The blasts came just hours after Kadhafi had insisted in a defiant speech that he would never quit his homeland.

“They are asking me to leave. That’s a laugh. I will never leave the land of my ancestors or the people who have sacrificed themselves for me,” he said in a loudspeaker address to supporters in Zawiyah, west of the capital.

“I’m ready to sacrifice myself for my people, and I will never quit this land sprinkled with the blood of my ancestors who fought Italian and British colonialists,” he said.

“These rats have taken our people hostage in Benghazi, Misrata and the western mountains, using them as human shields,” Kadhafi said of the rebels’ eastern stronghold and their two enclaves in the mainly government-held west.

“Five million armed Libyans will march on them and liberate the occupied towns as soon as the order is given.”

Libya’s rebels on Saturday suffered their bloodiest day yet in the offensive to wrest control of Brega from Kadhafi’s troops, as medics said the death toll had risen to at least 12.

Nine people were killed on Saturday and 79 wounded as loyalist landmines began to vie with Grad rockets to ramp up the casualties, according to a list from the hospital in nearby Ajdabiya.

Rebels said their steady advance on the key refinery town was slowed by the discovery of defensive trenches that had been filled with flammable chemicals by the retreating loyalist forces.
http://www.france24.com/en/20110717-lib ... e-on-brega

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http://www.politika.lv/temas/starptauti ... l_sliktak/

Lībija: no „slikti” uz „vēl sliktāk”
Centieniem ar militāras intervences palīdzību tikt vaļā no Kadāfi var būt katastrofālas sekas.
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Libyan rebels fear rift after death of Abdel Fatah Younis
Questions raised over circumstances of Younis's death amid speculation he may have been killed by gunmen on his own side

Haroon Siddique, and Chris Stephen in Misrata
guardian.co.uk, Friday 29 July 2011 09.06 BST
Article history

Mustafa Abdul-Jalil announces Younis's death
Abdul Mustafa Jalil announces the death of Younis - the Libyan rebels’ chief of army staff. Photograph: Sergey Ponomarev/AP

The death of the Libyan rebels' chief of army staff, Abdel Fatah Younis, has raised fears of a rift within opposition forces amid speculation that he may have been killed by gunmen on his own side.

The president of the National Transition Council (NTC), Abdul Mustafa Jalil, announced on Thursday night that Younis had been assassinated by pro-Gaddafi agents but the lack of detail, and the fact that earlier that day he had been arrested on the orders of Jalil, has led raised questions about the circumstances of his death.

Jalil said that rebels had arrested the head of the group behind the attack but the bodies of Younis, Muammar Gaddafi's former interior minister, and two colonels also killed in the alleged ambush, have not been found.

The rebels said earlier on Thursday that Younis had been arrested on suspicion that his family might still have ties to the Gaddafi regime and rumours swirled that he was involved in unauthorised contact with the administration he dramatically abandoned in February or had even helped to supply Gaddafi troops with weapons.

Before the announcement of his death, armed men declaring their support for Younis appeared on the streets of Benghazi, claiming they would use force to free him from NTC custody.

Minutes after Jalil's statement at a chaotic late-night press conference at a hotel in Benghazi, gunfire broke out in the street outside with members of Younis's tribe, the Obeidi, one of the largest in the east, firing machine guns, smashing windows and forcing security guards and hotel guests to duck for cover. The discord comes just a day after the foreign secretary, William Hague, said that Britain would recognise the NTC as the legitimate government of Libya and painted a rosy picture of the opposition forces in Libya, praising their "increasing legitimacy, competence and success".

Adding to the confusion, a security officer, Fadlallah Haroun, told the Associated Press before Jalil's announcement that security had found three badly burned bodies. Two of them were dead and one was unconscious, Fadlallah said, adding that one was known to be Younis, though they didn't know which one.

Jalil said Younis had been "summoned" for questioning on "a military matter", but that he had not yet been questioned when he was killed. He said it was "with regret" he had to announce the death of general Younis. Jalil called him "one of the heroes of the 17th of February revolution" but he was not universally trusted within opposition ranks. Many were suspicious of his past links to the Gaddafi regime and troops in the besieged city of Misrata have conspicuously refused to accept orders from him, to the extent of insisting that their fighters are not part of the Benghazi-controlled national army. Younis reportedly nearly came to blows with his rival for the army command, Klalifa Hefter, during a meeting in late March. For much of that month both men claimed to be in command of the ragtag rebel forces as they raced west towards Tripoli, only to be thrown back towards Benghazi in chaos and confusion.

By April, Younis had won the political battle inside the NTC and was confirmed as chief of staff but he failed to use his new position to bring victory on the battlefield. Since April, the frontline has remained largely in stalemate, despite heavy Nato bombing of government forces around the key oil town of Brega.

Younis was one of Gaddafi's most trusted officials and confidants. The general's friendship with Gaddafi dated from 1969 when he joined a group of fresh-faced army officers in deposing Libya's king.

But when riots came to the streets of Benghazi in February, he dramatically switched sides, joining the rebels and bringing the city's interior ministry military brigade with him.

Super, kā jau katra revolūcija arī šī apēd savus bērnus. Diez kas Bengazi monarhistiem sanāks Ramadānā. :D

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South Africa's ambassador to the UN on Thursday warned that supporters of the rebels were in danger of violating UN sanctions and criticised calls by Western governments for Col Gaddafi to stand down.

The BBC's Barbara Plett at the UN says the growing trend to grant diplomatic recognition to the Libyan rebels is facing opposition on the Security Council.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14338212

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Gaddafi government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim said the death of Abdel Fatah Younis proved the rebels could not govern Libya.
Libya rebels say Younis killers were 'Islamist element'
National Transitional Council minister says rebel-aligned Obaida Ibn Jarrah group murdered defector from Gaddafi regime
Western worries will likely be deepened if Younis's death opens major splits among the fractious rebels. Divisions would also weaken the opposition's campaign to oust Gaddafi, which has largely stalled in a deadlock despite the four-month-old Nato bombing campaign against regime forces.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 05 Aug 2011 12:28

Gaddafi son declares allegiance to Islamists
Saif al-Islam suggests Libya could become Islamic state – months after branding Islamists as conspirators in rebellion
Martin Chulov and Chris Stephen in Misrata
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 4 August 2011 19.42 BST

The one-time alternative face of Colonel Gaddafi's regime, his son, Saif al-Islam, has declared allegiance to Islamists whom he had previously branded as lead-conspirators in the five-month rebellion that has crippled Libya. The move is a departure from five months of rhetoric by Gaddafi junior and his father, both of whom had repeatedly cast the five-month uprising as a putsch by Islamists with a jihad agenda.

Now, Saif Gaddafi has suggested he is prepared to help Islamic groups oust any secular movements in Libya and even suggested Libya could emerge from civil war as an Islamic state.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/au ... saif-islam

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Re: Lībija (2011)

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 11 Aug 2011 17:42

BENGHAZI, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- Libyan rebels strengthened the efforts to push forward their troops to Tripoli in the west front following NATO's biggest ever air strike on the Libyan capital on Tuesday.

The rebels seemed to have made some advances in the west front. Colonel Ahmed Omar Bani, a military spokesman based in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, said that "Zliten will never return to be at the hand of (Libyan leader Muammar) Gaddafi," while both the rebels and Gaddafi forces claimed control of Bir Ghanam, a town about 80 kilometers south of Tripoli.

In the east front, fighting lingers on at Brega, an oil port about 750 km east of Tripoli.

The Libyan conflict became stalemate since both the rebels and Gaddafi know that they cannot afford to lose strategic places like Brega, Bir Ghanam and Tripoli, while both are not able to break the balance at one stroke, neither does the rebels' Western supporters can.
Libya's rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) disbanded its executive board and assigned leader Mahmoud Jibril to form a new one, said Khaled Zayed, a senior official from the NTC, on Monday.
The step was concerned with the circumstances that led to the killing of Younes days ago while he was presumably escorted to answer a summons by the NTC, Zayed said.
The outcome of the stalemated conflict is not yet to know, but one thing is for sure, that is, the longer this war goes on, the less likely we are to see any sort of political outcome that benefits Libya's war-afflicted people.
When the stalemated conflict will end, only time can tell.
2011-08-11 20:44:11

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Re: Lībija (2011)

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 18 Aug 2011 13:06

Libyan rebels advance in west front, suffer casualties in east
English.news.cn 2011-08-18 01:29:31

BENGHAZI, Libya, Aug. 17 (Xinhua) -- Libyan rebels have captured Sabratha, a town about 80 km west of the capital Tripoli, in the west front, a rebel spokesman said Wednesday.

On the eastern front near Brega, Libyan rebels have controlled two of the three residential districts in the oil town and were fighting with the Gaddafi forces for the industrial area, Colonel Ahmed Omar Bani, a military spokesman based in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, said at a press conference.

On Tuesday alone, 26 rebel soldiers died and more than 40 injured in battles in Brega, mostly killed by snipers, the rebel- controlled Libya TV said.

Bani also said what Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's spokesman claimed about the complete control of Brega and Zawiyah were "pure lies."

Libyan rebels entered Zawiyah, about 40 km west of Tripoli, after fierce battles with Gaddafi's forces on Saturday and "now Zawiyah is under full control of our revolutionary forces," said Bani.
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Re: Lībija (2011)

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 19 Aug 2011 20:13

Rebel fighters on Friday claimed they had taken control of the oil refinery in Zawiyah, 48 km to the west of Libyan capital Tripoli.
It is the last functioning refinery in the country and supplies most of the precious petrol to Muammar Gaddafi’s forces.
On Thursday, FRANCE 24’s team of reporters in Zawiyah accompanied a group of fighters as they fought for control of the oil refinery.
In the past few weeks, rebels have made stunning advances on Tripoli, vowing to topple Gaddafi’s regime by the end of Ramadan later this month.
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Re: Lībija (2011)

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 23 Aug 2011 18:39

Rebels attack Gaddafi compound in Tripoli
Saif al-Islam, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, emerged overnight Tuesday to rally loyalist troops fighting a rearguard campaign against rebels who continue to attack Gaddafi’s fortified Bab al-Aziziya compound.
http://www.france24.com/en/2011230823-a ... nato-obama

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Re: Lībija (2011)

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 24 Aug 2011 11:27

"All Libyans must be present in Tripoli, young men, tribal men and women must sweep through Tripoli and comb it for traitors. I have been out a bit in Tripoli discreetly, without being seen by people, and … I did not feel that Tripoli was in danger," he said.
Government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim, said 6,000 volunteers had arrived in Libya to join Gaddafi's cause, and warned that loyalist forces were ready and capable of fighting on for months, if not years.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/au ... ry-tripoli

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