Libya: continua le protestas in Tripoli in despecto del presentia militar.

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Le capital de Libya, Tripoli, es le scena de protestas contra le governamento in despecto del displicamento militar con commandas pro applattar los.

Post le traditional oration de venerdi, unes centenares de personas partiva pro protestar in le suburbio de Tajoura, que in le passato jam ha essite le scena de plure manifestationes contra le colonello Muammar Gaddafi.

Secundo un teste, le manifestantes combureva le vexillo de Libya, que pro multes symbolisa Gaddafi mesme.

Le autoritates anque prohibeva que le jornalistas abandona lor hotels, e il pare que Internet jam no functiona de ulle maniera.

Libia: continúan las protestas en Trípoli a pesar de la presencia militar.

La capital libia, Trípoli, es el escenario de protestas contra el gobierno a pesar del notorio despliegue militar ordenado para aplastarlos.

Después de la tradicional oración de los viernes, varios centenares de personas salieron a protestar en el suburbio de Tajoura, que en el pasado ya ha sido escenario de varias manifestaciones en contra del coronel Muamar Gadafi.

Según un testigo, los manifestantes prendieron fuego a la bandera de Libia, que para muchos simboliza el propio Gadafi.

Las autoridades también les prohibieron a los periodistas abandonar sus hoteles, y parece que Internet ya no funciona en absoluto.

Libya: protests continue in Tripoli despite the military presence.

The Libyan capital, Tripoli, is the scene of anti-government protests despite the notorious military deployment ordered to crush them.

After traditional Friday prayers, hundreds of people went to protest in suburban Tajoura, which in the past has been the scene of several demonstrations against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

According to one witness, the demonstrators set fire to the flag of Libya, which for many symbolizes Gaddafi himself.

Libyan authorities have also told journalists not to leave their hotels, and it seems that the internet is no longer working at all.

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