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Mercenaries Patrolling the streets of Tripoli

[postlink] https://anonymoustube.blogspot.com/2011/02/mercenaries-patrolling-streets-of.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5XOKlnOkasendofvid [starttext]The crews of two Libyan warships have mutinied and are refusing to obey Muammar Gaddafi's orders to attack the eastern port city of Benghazi.


This development comes as more reports are coming in about Libyan troops defecting to the side of the people seeking to overthrow Gaddafi, the longest serving ruler in the Arab world.

However, thousands of soldiers have been deployed to the city of Sabratha where protesters have reportedly clashed with security forces.

Meanwhile, Libyan Interior Minister Abdel Fatah Yunes has resigned from his post in solidarity with the pro-democracy protesters.

The Libyan deputy ambassador to the UN, Ibrahim Dabbashi, has strongly criticized the crackdown, saying he will not support a government that kills its own people, and has asked Gaddafi to resign.

However, in a televised address on Tuesday, Gaddafi said he had no intention of stepping down. He also threatened to step up the crackdown against pro-democracy protesters, saying, "We have not used our power yet."

Pundits say the Libyan regime's heavy-handed clampdown on the people seems to have seriously backfired since the anti-government demonstrations have actually gained momentum across the country.

At least 1,000 people were killed in Tripoli on Monday by airstrikes conducted by the Libyan military in a desperate move meant to quell the popular uprising, according to some reports.
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Libyan Interior Minister Abdel Fatah Yunes has resigned as protests against embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi continue, despite the government's violent crackdown.


"I announce my resignation from all my duties in response to the revolution of February 17," AFP quoted Yunes as saying on Tuesday.

Yunes also called on the army to join the people's revolution.

The interior minister's resignation comes as the harsh repression of protesters continues.

But Gaddafi remains defiant, vowing to use all his power to crush the revolution and saying he will fight "to the last drop of his blood."

British Foreign Secretary William Hague and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have condemned the bloody crackdown on protesters and have asked Libya to stop the violence.

European Union states are discussing a proposal to impose sanctions on Gaddafi's regime, although Italy has signaled disagreement, fearing at least 300,000 Libyan migrants could seek refuge in the country, Italy's ANSA news agency said.

The United Nations Security Council has held emergency talks on the current crisis in Libya at the request of the Libyan deputy ambassador to the UN, Ibrahim Dabbashi, who has expressed indignation over the repression of protesters.

Pundits say the Libyan regime's heavy-handed clampdown on the people seems to have seriously backfired since the anti-government demonstrations have actually gained momentum across the country.

Also on Tuesday, protesters reportedly clashed with government forces in Sabratha -- which is located near the capital Tripoli -- where thousands of soldiers have been deployed to quell the demonstrations[endtext]
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