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Libyan revolution takes Tripoli by storm

Tweet Pic via Daily News. In a swift move yesterday, Libyan rebel forces took over Tripoli Square and detained two of Moammar Qaddafi’s sons, leaving rebels confident that the revolution is nearing a victory, and the end of Qaddafi’s rule is imminent. Though CNN reports show some fighters were told that army forces were coming [...]
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“We are all Eman Al-Obeidy”: women of east Libya speak out

TweetLibyan women’s activists, Amany Mufta Ismail and Nebras Attias, explain in their own words their reaction to the story of Eman Al-Obeidy. “She is a logo for us… She is a Libyan logo for us,” explains 22-year-old Amany Mufta Ismail, a women’s organizer in the Eastern Libyan city of Dirna. In recent months, Al-Obeidy, a 29-year-old [...]
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