Friday, September 09, 2011

LIBYA - Final Breakdown of Gadafi's Regime

14 of Muammar Gadafi's government officials have reportedly arrived in Niger. [Al-Jazeera, English service, September 9, 2011]

وزير العدل النيجري يقول ان معمر القذافي ليس في البلاد
The minister of justice of Niger stated that Gadafi is not in [his] country.
[Reuters, Arabic service, September 7, 2011]

وذكرت وكالة أنباء "أسوشييتد برس" أن حكومة النيجر أعلنت أول من أمس أنها "ترحب لأسباب إنسانية" بمجموعة مكونة من 13 ليبيا، ليس من بينهم القذافي، كانوا قد وصلوا في أربع سيارات يوم الثلاثاء. وأضاف البيان أنه لم يكن هناك أي قافلة من 200 سيارة كما ذكرت بعض وسائل الإعلام.
The [news] agency " Associated Press " reminds that the government of Niger has stated the day before yesterday that it would " receive with open arms for reasons of humanity " the group consisting of 13 Libyans, not comprising Gadafi, and who have entered [the country] in 4 cars on Wednesday. And they are agreed hospitality [on the basis of] not being here [with a] convoy of 200 cars like some [mass] medias remembered.
[, Al-Quds Al-Arabi Online, Palestinian daily, September 9, 2011]

اندلاع القتال حول المدن التي يسيطر عليها القذافي في ليبيا
Outbreak of fighting in Libya near those towns that are under control of Gadafi. [, Arabic service, September 9, 2011]

محكمة الجنايات الدولية تطلب من الشرطة الدولية "الانتربول" اعتقال معمر القذافي
The International Court of Justice urges International Police [organization] Interpol [to care for] the arrest of Muammar Gadafi.
[Al-Jazeera, Arabic service, September 9, 2011]

The existing warrant for Gadafi includes his once powerful son Saif al-Islam and Gadafi's chief of security services Senoussi.
[Annotation: According to rebel forces, Senoussi's death has already been confirmed. His office was searched and all kinds of interesting documents were found already days ago. Such documents are partly dealing with Gadafi's security services working together with Western services like the CIA in the frame of "questioning" alleged terrorists outside of the United States in cooperating countries.]

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