19 More Photos Of Libyans Apologizing For American Deaths
"This is not how we thank who helped us when we needed help the most." This time, the peaceful demonstrations were in Tripoli. (See photos from Benghazi, where attacks left four Americans dead, including popular U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.)
Subterranean Love Shack Found In Tripoli
The new president of Tripoli's Fateh University has discovered a hidden complex underneath the Green Theatre. I'm not saying that things of a rape-y nature have occurred there. But a set of underground rooms that include a bedroom, jacuzzi, and fully equipped gynecological operating theatre? Don't mind the Marvin Gaye in the background. Just tell me if this rag smells like chloroform.
iLibya: Striking iPhone Photos Of The Libyan Uprising
Professional photojournalist Benjamin Lowy was in Libya on assignment for three weeks in March, at the front lines of the Rebel and Gadaffi Loyalist battle and amidst the wreckage of Libyan towns. Between shooting a reportage with a DSLR, he used his iPhone to take some pretty amazing pictures.
Rebels Overtake Tripoli, Gadhafi Regime Crumbles
Al Jazeera is reporting that the dynasty and regime of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi has fallen as rebels swiftly overtake the capitol of Tripoli, Gadhafi's last stronghold. Two of Gadhafi's sons have been captured by the freedom fighters, but the whereabouts of Gadhafi himself remain unknown. Regardless, his more than 40 years of autocratic rule in Libya appears to have come to an end. More as it develops.
United States Strikes Libya
The United States, in concert with European air strikes, launched missiles into Libya today in an effort to enforce the United Nations no-fly zone and protect civilians from the regime of Muammar Gadaffi. Here is President Obama's statement on the strikes, codenamed Operation Odyssey Dawn.