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Africa

Massacres expose bankruptcy of Gaddafi’s crumbling regime

According to Muammar al-Gadaffi “order reigns in Tripoli!” This is confirmed by foreign correspondents who add that the streets are largely deserted except for pro-Gaddafi thugs armed with Kalashnikovs. Read more...

Gadaffi tries to drown the revolution in blood

The battle is on for the future of Libya, writes Simon Hardy Read more...

Libya - one more step to liberation

The son of Muammar Gadaffi, Seif Gaddafi was forced to deny that Col. Gaddafi had fled Libya after days of unrest in several major Libyan cities which has seen protesters finally take the capital, Tripoli. Joana Ramiro writes about the potential fall of another dictator Read more...

Protests grow across Libya as Gadaffi sends in mercenaries

Gadaffi has unleashed his thugs against the pro democracy movement in Libya, reports Joana Ramiro Read more...

The struggle for democracy reaches Libya

Colonel Gadaffi's regime is under threat, writes Joana Ramiro as the mass protests reach Libya Read more...

Déclaration du congrès de l'Asie du Sud en solidarité avec la révolution tunisienne

La session sur l'Asie du Sud au huit Congrès de la Ligue a adopté cette déclaration en solidarité avec les récent soulèvements des masses en Tunisie. Read more...

The dictator has gone but the destruction of the dictatorship is not yet complete

It is now quite plain that the flight of Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali represented a preventive coup from above, organised by top figures in the old regime around Ali’s incumbent Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi and interim President Fouad Mebazaa, determined to save their regime. Read more...

Statement of South Asia congress in solidarity with Tunisian revolution

The south Asian session of the League's eight congress passed this statement in solidarity with the masses recent uprising in Tunisia
Available in French Read more...