19 Mac 2011


Airstrikes hit Benghazi despite ceasefire

A fighter jet has bombarded an area southwest of opposition-controlled city of Benghazi in breach of Libyan regime’s announcement of a ceasefire on Friday.
A fighter jet has pounded an area southwest of Libya’s opposition-controlled city of Benghazi as the battle between pro-Gaddafi troops and opposition forces rages on in the country.
Two columns of smoke were seen rising from the targeted zone in the southwestern part of the city after the attack, while anti-government forces in the city were returning fire, AFP reported.
A Libyan rebel flashes the victory sign as he arrives with his weapon to the frontline near Sultan, south of Benghazi, Libya, Friday, March 18, 2011. The U.N. Security Council voted Thursday to impose a no-fly zone over Libya and authorize "all necessary measures" to protect civilians from attacks by Moammar Gadhafi's forces, hours after the Libyan leader vowed to crush the rebellion with a final assault on the opposition capital of Benghazi.
A man holding a placard thanking France, looks at Libyan rebel fighters parade in the center of Benghazi with an injured member of Moamer Kadhafi's forces captured on the outskirts of the city on March 18, 2011 as thousands gathered in the rebel stronghold for prayers and celebrations after a UN vote approved a no-fly zone.
Protesters attend Friday prayer in Benghazi March 18, 2011. Al Jazeera television reported that pro-Gaddafi forces were advancing quickly towards the rebel stronghold of Benghazi on Friday evening, despite a ceasefire declared earlier in the day.
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