Protestas massive in Tripoli

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, Spanish, English)

Le unda de manifestationes in Libya ha augmentate considerabilemente e se ha extendite a Tripoli, le capital del pais, ubi pro le prime vice il ha habite marchas massive que se prolongava pro un periodo de horas.

Le stratas esseva occupate per turbas qui critiva slogans que exigeva le demission del governamento de Muammar Gaddafi, qui ha essite le leader del pais durante le ultime 42 annos.

Secundo diverse testes, se ascoltava tiros, e le citate esseva inveloppate in nubes de gas lacrimogene que le fortias de securitate utilisava pro dispersar le manifestantes.

Diverse edificios del capital esseva comburite, inter illos ccommissariatos de policia.

Al alba le citate esseva plus calmate, ben que totevia on poteva audir tiros.

Un del filios de Gaddafi ha dicite que su patre se trova in Tripoli “dirigente le lucta”, ben que ille non ha essite vidite in publico pro duo o tres dies.

Protestas masivas en Trípoli

La ola de manifestaciones en Libia ha aumentado considerablemente y se ha extendido a Trípoli, la capital del país, donde por primera vez ha habido marchas multitudinarias que se prolongaron durante horas.

Las calles fueron ocupadas por multitudes que gritaban consignas que exigían la dimisión del gobierno de Muammar Gaddafi, que ha sido el líder del país durante los últimos 42 años.

Según varios testigos, se escucharon disparos, y la ciudad estaba envuelta en nubes de gas lacrimógeno que las fuerzas de seguridad utilizaron para dispersar a los manifestantes.

También varios edificios de la capital fueron incendiados, entre ellos cuarteles de policía.

Al amanecer la ciudad estaba más calmada aunque aún podían escucharse disparos.

Uno de los hijos de Gaddafi ha dicho que su padre está en Trípoli “dirigiendo la lucha”, aunque no ha sido visto en publico por dos o tres días.

Mass Protests in Tripoli

The wave of demonstrations in Libya has increased significantly and has spread to Tripoli., the nation’s capital, where for the first time there have been marches lasting for hours.

The streets were occupied by crowds shouting slogans demanding the resignation of the government of Muammar Gaddafi, who has been the leader of the country for the past forty-two years.

Witnesses said shots were fired, and the city was enveloped in clouds of tear gas that security forces used to disperse the demonstrators.

Several buildings in the capital were also set on fire, including police stations.

At dawn the city was calmer but gunshots could still be heard.

One of Gaddafi’s sons said that his father is in Tripoli “leading the fight,” though he hasn’t been seen in public for two or three days.

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