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How Gaddafi’s ‘words’ get lost in translation

Col Muammar Gaddafi’s speeches this week will have struck many viewers as crazy and perhaps pathetic, with their overblown rhetoric, theatrical delivery and furious calls to arms against the “drug-takers” who oppose him.

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Coded love messages on Muslim dating site stirred Libyan revolution

To avoid detection by Libyan secret police, who monitor Facebook and Twitter, Mahmoudi, the leader of the Ekhtalef (“Difference”) Movement, used what’s considered the Match.com of the Middle East to send coded love letters to rally the revolution.

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Gaddafi despondent, yet warns Libya will burn when he uses ‘force’

“I am not going to leave this land. I will die here as a martyr. I shall remain here defiant.” The Libyan leader vows to ‘fight on’ as his government loses control of key parts in the country and as top officials quit. “I have not yet ordered the use of force, when I do, everything will burn”.

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Libyan Embassy Officials defect, thousands of foreigners flee violence

Tens of thousands of foreigners are trying to flee Libya, after clashes between security forces and protesters reportedly left hundreds dead whilst embassy officials have joined ranks with the protesters. Gaddafi has denied that he fled the country and Egypt is maintaining the border.

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A Documentary from Aljazeera that examines the events in the last week and days leading up to the downfall of the Mubarak regime.

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Gaddafi’s son threatens imminent civil war

Gaddafi’s son Seif al-Islam has cautioned the Libyan protesters to “..be ready to start a civil war and chaos and forget oil and petrol.” He also threatened that thousands more will be killed, that Libya was unlike Egypt and it will split into many states.

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Libya protest death toll reaches 200

Dozens of Muslim leaders call for end to civilian deaths after security crackdown on funeral procession of protesters. Hundreds have been killed in Libya since protests broke out across the North African nation six days ago, according to rights watchdogs and eyewitnesses across the country.

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Ensuring 50, 000 homeless children parading the streets of Cairo are not left behind

The recent revolution must not leave Cairo’s estimated 50,000 street children behind. For the children who eke out an existence on the streets of Cairo, forgotten by the system and ignored by large sections of society, change cannot come soon enough.

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Egyptian ex-ministers trialled and jailed for corruption

Egypt arrested three ex-ministers and former top party member for corruption, on charges of diverting public funds known to be in the billions. Their accounts had been frozen and they were initially barred from leaving Egypt.

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