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NATO’s ‘responsibility to protect’ doesn’t extend to black migrants

A number of reports now, from a variety of organisations, show that black people are being rounded up, disappearing or being interned in atrocious conditions in Tripoli. Hundreds of African workers are stuck in various locations including about 1,000 at the military port of Sidi Bilal six miles west of Tripoli, fearing for their lives, with […]

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Amnesty and racist rebel atrocities in Libya

On the 12th July, Human Rights Investigations wrote: “Given the atrocities committed in Misrata and Benghazi the option of allowing the rebels to conquer pro-Gaddafi population centres is inconceivable – there is now only one option – and that option is peace.” Well, Mr Anders Fogh Rasmussen and NATO did not agree and the atrocities […]

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War – what is it good for – absolutely nothing

WARNING VERY GRAPHIC VIDEO: DEAD CHILDREN The following video includes more footage from the NATO bombing of Libya including from a strike on Sorman – very disturbing. The military head of the Libya bombing campaign is Lieutenant- General Charles Bouchard – a modern version of Catch 22’s Lieutenant-General Scheisskopf. The NATO bombing missions continue at the same level – […]

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More Tripoli Atrocities – Alex Thomson saves Nigerians

Alex Thomson of Channel 4 News reports – and probably saves the lives of nine Nigerian men: (Updated link 17/03/2018) Human Rights Investigations warned that the failure to find a political solution and the entry of rebels into Tripoli would lead to a humanitarian disaster – and that is what has unfolded. Here are more […]

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Finally… The UNHCR breaks the silence on murders of blacks in Tripoli

The UNHCR has finally blown the veil off the racist atrocities being committed by Libyan rebels: GENEVA, August 26 (UNHCR) – UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres has issued a strong call for sub-Saharan Africans to be protected in Libya as reports emerge from Tripoli of people being targeted because of their colour as […]

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Bombing of Zlitan by the RAF

This is an update on the recent HRI report on the RAF bombing of Zlitan which reportedly killed 85 civilians including children. According to the BBC (who have avoided reporting that the RAF as the perpetrator): Almost 48 hours after the first strike hit the cluster of buildings in the countryside to the south of Zlitan, […]

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Tawergha no longer exists, only Misrata

Tawergha has been taken by rebel forces from Misrata, according to a report by Andrew Simmons for Al Jazeera. Unfortunately, the mainstream media has not been giving any context to the battle for Tawergha, so most viewers will be entirely ignorant of the significance of this event. Rebel forces from Misrata, including one of their […]

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Zliten NATO bombings: “No evidence of civilian casualties”

More bombings in Zlitan / Zliten / زليتن‎ WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT (DEAD CHILDREN): The reaction of the Libyan government spokesperson: Tweet of UK Chief of Defence Staff’s Strategic Communications Officer and Ministry of Defence spokesman on military operations: http://twitter.com/#!/UKMilOps/status/100522003202711552 At the 9 August NATO press conference, NATO spokesman, Colonel Roland Lavoie, said there had been […]

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NATO protects more civilians in Zlitan – by killing them

Mohamed and Motez al-Mrabet, ages 5 and 3 and their mother Ibtisam were killed by RAF / NATO bombs in Zlitan on Thurday. CNN reports that at the funeral Abubakr Ali watched volunteers carefully bury the bodies of his sister and two nephews next to the neighborhood mosque. According the family a third child, Naji […]

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US Intel Officers coordinating airstrikes on Ghazaya

Evidence of US intelligence agents being directly involved in the battle in Libya is provided by American photojournalist Derek Henry Flood: Strangest part of day was encountering US intel officers who appeared to be coordinating airstrikes on Ghazaya. Not thrilled to see me. — Derek Henry Flood (@DerekHenryFlood) July 28, 2011 Ghazaya is up in […]