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Revolution - war Libya 26.03.2011
26 Mar 2011
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Revolution - war Libya 26.03.2011
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Revolution - war Libya 27.03.2011
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Libya revolution, war 2011 Алексей Дымовский и Роман Креслин *******dymovskiy.name/blog/3293.html *******www.youtube****/watch?v=Vx5HMeqcykI&feature=channel_video_title
2 Apr 2011
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Libya war - USA 03.04.2011 США хочет взять под контроль оппозицию в Ливии и поэтому бомбит её и нефть в случае победы над Каддафи. Rights activist Ruslan Brovkin. Правозащитник Руслан Бровкин.
3 Apr 2011
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Libya Future!
4 Apr 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE ANCHOR CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisoruce world news analysis from Newsy In the midst of the unrest in Libya -- rebel forces, government forces -- and the CIA? Reports indicate CIA operatives have been gathering intelligence on the ground for weeks. CBS spoke with a retired military official who says the CIA’s success depends on its focus. “There are incredible elements of risk. The CIAs exceptionally good at this. They know how to do it. But the thing is, is what is -- you know, what is the United States, what is NATO trying to accomplish in Libya? And frankly, that's still not very clear.” A writer for Wired wonders how the CIA being on the ground fits in with President Obama’s vision of limited U.S. involvement. “Expect legislators to ask how the Obama team’s presentation of a limited war … square with the insertion of CIA teams on the ground. Presidents who send CIA teams into hellholes usually do so to avoid sending larger military elements; but often, those teams end up presaging an escalation, not substituting for one.” The news of CIA operations has left many wondering if this means the U.S. involvement in Libya will be extended. NBC’s Chuck Todd explains what CIA involvement could mean for the U.S. “This is the first step to where the U.S. Could be doing covertly arming the rebels in their fight against Gaddafi. Now, U.S. Officials caution that they have not done that yet. This is essentially laying the legal groundwork to do that.” HLN talked to a former CIA Operative who believes training opposition forces could take a while and may not even work. Robert Baer, former CIA Operative” “To train a force like this in Libya would take at least six months and even then I'm not sure what you would get. So many of these covert action things have failed even when you have more time.” And a writer for BBC says that arming the anti-government forces is a tricky move. “It seems to me that this is a slippery slope. You provide weapons, so you provide trainers. The trainers need protecting. The protectors needs supply lines. The supply lines need protecting. Before you know it there are more than just a few foreign boots on the ground.” As is custom with covert intelligence operations, the government has neither confirmed nor denied that the CIA is at work in Libya. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy NATO has officially taken command of all international military operations in Libya. CNN explains- the coalition’s objectives go beyond enforcing a no-fly zone. “Operation Unified Protector is broken into three main objectives. The military alliance is in charge of enforcing an arms embargo and the no-fly zone. It’s also empowered to protect civilians and civilian centers.” The shift in power didn’t come without a struggle- according to Financial Times. “The NATO takeover...came after weeks of sniping within the alliance, where French resistance to the move was finally overcome...after it became apparent that other allies...would not participate without NATO in control.” According to euronews, those nations that were previously unwilling to get involved, may now be ready to step in. “Not all NATO members will do the same thing. Germany is adamant it will not act militarily... Turkey had threatened to use its NATO veto to limit allied operations against Libya’s infrastructure to avoid casualties among Muslim civilians. But Ankara’s concerns were taken into account, and a senior official in the US administration said NATO taking charge will encourage participation from countries which had been reluctant to join in before” But not everybody is on board with NATO’s leadership. RT reports- Moscow’s envoy says it’s not up to NATO to decide the future of Libya. It’s up to the UN Security Council. “During our meeting with NATO officials today, we demanded that the UN Security Council be fully informed about the actions of the alliance in Libya at all times. The coalition has taken sides. It's only targeting Gaddafi's forces, including those that aren't in direct action against the rebels. We have reports of air strikes against convoys far from the front line. This is a far cry from the UN Security Council resolution.” The Guardian counters- it actually looks like attacks behind the front line will die down under NATO command. “All the signs are that the new rules of engagement will be more restrictive, and not allow NATO pilots to target pro-Gaddafi forces if they do not represent an immediate threat to civilians.” But even though we know the objectives of the NATO mission- China’s Xinhua News reports- other details are still unclear. “The (NATO commander) said that he hoped the NATO mission, a 90-day military plan, could last shorter, however, the operation would not end until the Libya civilians are no longer attacked. NATO officials declined to identify which NATO countries and partners were willing to participate.” NATO says it is not willing to arm the Libyan rebels- an idea Western allies are still considering. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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The hell with those that hate Libya and love the New World Order . Part 1
11 Apr 2011
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The hell with those that hate Libya and love the New World Order . Part 2
11 Apr 2011
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The hell with those that hate Libya and love the New World Order . Part 4/n.....Free membership at my other web page at undergroundrailroadtv****.webs . and call with feedback USA,Chicago,IL 1-773-416-7555 or 1-773-969-8360
12 Apr 2011
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The hell with those that hate Libya and love the New World Order . Part 5/n.....Free membership at my other web page at undergroundrailroadtv****.webs . and call with feedback USA,Chicago,IL 1-773-416-7555 or 1-773-969-8360
13 Apr 2011
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