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Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is a Canadian national. He lives in Ottawa and is currently a Global Research correspondent in Tripoli. An independent journalist, he has published widely in several languages and given interviews to various media, including Russia Today, Press TV, Al Jazeera, Pacifica KPFA, Global Research, China Life Magazine. Several of his works have also been featured by Voltaire Network.
Thierry Meyssan is a French national residing in Lebanon. He is registered at the French consulate in Beirut. A journalist for more than twenty-five years, he is a frequent contributor to Arab, Latin American and Russian publications, such as Odnako in Russia and La Jornada in Mexico. He has written several books on international policy issues and has regularly cooperated with television media, such as RT, Telesur or PressTV. He is the president of Voltaire Network, a network of independent press agencies, grouping a dozen publications from around the world.
The Examiner learned in communications from human rights defenders and independent journalists throughout Monday that they were shaken with news of 1300 Libyans killed and 5000 wounded Saturday, plus, the U.S. allegedly ordered Targeted Killings of Voltaire Network reporters, Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya and Thierry Meyssan, non-mainstream reporters in Libya covering the NATO war, while other independent reporters there are being fired upon and one, Mohammed Nabbous was killed Saturday according to ABC News. In an interview with journalist Don DeBar on KPFA radio, he reported most mainstream “news” about Libya has been untrue, as alternative news sites heavily report but are increasingly persecuted according to their recent reports.
MARK COLVIN: The conflict in Libya has claimed the life of another journalist. A sniper shot Mohammed Nabbous, a resident of Benghazi and founder of its first independent TV news channel Libya Alhurra, on Saturday night.
The Palestine Civil Rights Campaign-Lebanon confirms reports that Franklin Lamb was shot at approximately 11:45 a.m. on Sunday August 21 in Tripoli, Libya outside of the Corinthia Hotel where he has been staying.
Libya Liberal Youth to publish the facts for Libya tomorrow
Green square is controlled by gaddafi forces!!! Gaddafi loyalists have control in all area of east and central tripoli and also half of west tripoli.Also the rats dont control the airport they use the highway to land small planes for supplies. saw it live on tv. The rats are now in the perimeter of corinthian hotel and trying to enter green square.but army in steadfast. Steadfast in all tripoli except the gargalesh and some areas in west that are rats. Sad news though also, the rats when they entered a hospital killed all the patients commiting one more henious crime. Spread this real news!!! only independent reporter now in Libya.
Sirte City nobody can negotiate with us , we said it once and we will repeat it again we are loyal to Gaddafi and we will never betray , we will fight till the end of the life.
via the group Millions Supporting al Gaddafi
URGENT: Canadian killed traitors Iktal next customer in Tripoli at the hands of the Mujahideen (rebel) forces
Network reported "CBC" Canada said Thursday that a Canadian citizen was killed fighting alongside the rebels NATO in the Libyan capital Tripoli. The "CBC" Canada's rare that bin Rawin (24 years) was born in the Admanton and works in the field of communications technology, and left his job in Ottawa in March to join and work as a mercenary to fight against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya.