Civil War In Libya -- News Updates August 12, 2011

Diposkan oleh Muhammad Tsani Abdul Hakim on Friday, August 12, 2011

Summary Of The American And International Press On The Libyan Revolution - Tripoli Post

( - Libyan rebels have reportedly captured several residential districts of Brega, a strategic city for Muammar Al Qathafi's government as other forces press towards Zawiyah.

Speaking on Thursday, Moussa Mahmoud al-Mograbi, a spokesman for the rebel forces, said: "It is liberated. It is under our control now."

Another spokesman, Mohammad Zawawi, said two rebel fighters were killed and 30 wounded in the fighting.

Brega's western half, where its oil facilities are located, remains in the control of Al Qathafi's forces.

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More News On Libya's Civil War

FACTBOX-Latest developments in the Libyan conflict -- Reuters

Libyan Rebels Claim They Captured Part of Brega -- FOX News

Gaddafi forces still hold Brega oil terminal, refinery -- National Post

Libya rebels take casualties in fight for Brega -- Reuters

Libya rebels on offensive six months into uprising -- Yahoo News/AFP

Libyan rebels report progress advancing toward Tripoli -- CNN

Isolation, airstrikes take toll in Gaddafi's Libya -- Reuters

Libyan civilian casualties concern U.N. -- UPI

UN Leader Expresses Concern Over Civilian Casualties in Libya -- Voice of America

UN chief warns of casualties in Libya as fighting continues -- Xinhuanet

UN chief alarmed over civilian casualties in Libya -- Reuters

Ban Ki-moon alarmed over rising civilian toll in Libya -- The Telegraph

Libyan embassy in Washington officially opens under rebel government -- CNN

Libyan Rebels, in Show of Unity, Plan for Transition -- Wall Street Journal

Analysis: Libya rebels clean house after slaying of commander -- Yahoo News/Reuters

Preparing for post-Gadhafi Libya -- CNN

LIBYA: Rebels break up top committee to ease tensions. -- Denver Post

Libya struggles amid stalemated conflict
-- Xinhuanet

U.S. flag is popular with Libyan rebels -- Kansas City/L.A. Times

Libyan government bans unlicensed satellite phones -- Taiwan News/AP

Tunisia says army to curb fuel smuggling to Libya-- Defence Web

Libya: Weapons Transfers - the French and Qatar Connections -- AllAfrica

Is Europe covertly arming Libya's rebels? -- Anthony Tucker-Jones, Public Service Europe

Compared to Iraq and Afghanistan, the War in Libya Is Cheap -- Micah Zenko, The Atlantic

Muammar Gaddafi's rat cunning holds sway -- Deborah Haynes, The Australian

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