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"Unconfirmed reports suggest several towns between the border and Tripoli are now held by the anti-government forces but the roads in between are held by people loyal to Col Gaddafi,"
French doc says police were piling bodies as deterrent to protestors
Breaking news : Source live witness in AJA, Azawiya troops heading to crackdown protesters.
FLASH - #Libya's Quryna newspaper says Libyan air force plane crashes near Benghazi after crew bail out
As much as a quarter of Libyan oil output has been shut down, the Reuters news agency reports. Libya produces almost 2 per cent of the world's oil.
CONFIRMED: Eye-witness reports gun shots in East and West parts of Tripoli
BREAKING: Confirmed eye witness phone call, 1000s on streets of Benghazi at the moment chanting for Tripoli
A Libyan Arab Airlines ATR 42 turbo-prop aircraft has been refused permission to land at Malta airport and is currently circling some 40 miles south of Malta. The aircraft has reported that it is getting short of fuel. Negotiations to allow it to land are under way. The aircraft has 14 people on board. According to informed sources when queried about landing permission, the pilot gave details about a flight which was supposed to have come to Malta yesterday.
Unconfirmed: Underground prison in #Benghazi with 1500 found starving inside, all saved.
A Libyan Arab Airlines ATR 42 turbo-prop aircraft is heading back to Libya after having been denied permission to land at Malta International Airport. The aircraft flew unexpectedly to Malta and when queried about landing permission, the pilot gave details about a flight which was supposed to have come to Malta yesterday. Landing permission was immediately denied and the aircraft then circled for some 20 minutes south of Malta while attempts were made for the decision to be reversed. The pilot eventually decided to return home. Soldiers of the AFM's 'A' Company were seen entering the airport when the aircraft approached Malta.