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Revolutionaries Outside Bani Walid, Libya, September 2011

Revolutionaries Outside Bani Walid, Libya, September 2011

Taken on 2011-09-19

Revolutionary fighters gather outside the Kadhafi loyalist stronghold of Bani Walid.

Source: Essam Mohamed

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Negotiations for Surrender of Bani Walid, Libya, September 2011

Negotiations for Surrender of Bani Walid, Libya, September 2011

Taken on 2011-09-04

Rebels and reporters gather outside the mosque where negotiations over Bani Walid's surrender are taking place.

Source: Essam Mohamed/Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Chadian Refugees

Chadian Refugees

Taken on 2011-06-26

An estimated 300,000 Chadians had lived in Libya. Many tried to return to Chad, through Egypt or Tunisia or just by crossing the desert. They reached the border exhausted and in desperate need of help. With an additional €10 million from ECHO complex evacuation operations were mounted and aid was also provided to help Chadians resettle. Photo: ECHO/B. Spadicini

Source: European Commission DG ECHO

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2013-11-25

General Khalefa Haftar, Libya, 2011

General Khalefa Haftar, Libya, 2011

Taken on 2011-04-25

General Khalefa Haftar. Khalifa Belqasim Haftar (Arabic: خليفة بالقاسم حفتر‎; born ca. 1943) is a Libyan general and the principal commander of one side in the ongoing Libyan Civil War of 2014.

Source: Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-13

Damaged blockhouse - Libyan Civil War

Damaged blockhouse - Libyan Civil War

Taken on 2011-04-23

This blockhouse at Ajdabiya's western gate has been used by rebels and journalists alike since the armed conflict between Muammar Gaddafi and the east began in late February. Rebels stored weapons inside, journalists often stood on the roof for a better view. Since mid-March, when Gaddafi's troops swept east and nearly overran Benghazi, the blockhouse has been mostly destroyed and unused

Source: Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository

Uploaded by Agirvan on 2013-11-24

Rebel technical - Libyan Civil War

Rebel technical - Libyan Civil War

Taken on 2011-04-23

This rebel pick-up truck at Ajdabiya had a four-barreled Grad missile launcher mounted on the back.

Source: Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository

Uploaded by Agirvan on 2013-11-24

Rebel technical - Libyan Civil War

Rebel technical - Libyan Civil War

Taken on 2011-04-23

The modified pick-up truck, or ''technical,'' is a trademark of modern, unconventional warfare. Both rebels and government forces have used them extensively during the conflict. This one is carrying an anti-aircraft gun, ammunition, and petrol carried in plastic barrels.

Source: Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository

Uploaded by Agirvan on 2013-11-24

Bulldozers fortify rebel defences in Ajadabiya - Libyan civil war

Bulldozers fortify rebel defences in Ajadabiya - Libyan civil war

Taken on 2011-04-23

A line of bulldozers stand silent near Ajdabiya's western gate, where they have been used to erect new earthen barriers for rebels to use in case of a renewed government attack.

Source: Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository

Uploaded by Agirvan on 2013-11-24

Remains of Libyan Armed Forces Armour ;Benghazi, Libya, 18 April 2017

Remains of Libyan Armed Forces Armour ;Benghazi, Libya, 18 April 2017

Taken on 2011-04-18

Part of a group of six, italian built, Palmaria self-propelled howitzers of the Gaddafi forces, destroyed by French Rafale airplanes at the west-southern outskirts of Benghazi, Libya, in Opération Harmattan on March 19, 2011. In the background other destroyed vehicles along the street that leads from Benghazi to Ajdabija.

Source: Bernd.Brincken/Wikimedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2018-03-19

Rockets at rebel repair facility - Libyan civil war

Rockets at rebel repair facility - Libyan civil war

Taken on 2011-04-15

Rockets at rebel repair facility - Libyan civil war

Source: Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository

Uploaded by Agirvan on 2013-11-24

Sirte in Ruins, Libya, March 2011

Sirte in Ruins, Libya, March 2011

Taken on 2011-03-17

Unrelenting fighting in Libya has devastated towns and villages.

Source: Essam Mohamed/Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Ras Lanuf Petrochemical Complex in Flames, Ras Lanuf Libya, March 2011

Ras Lanuf Petrochemical Complex in Flames, Ras Lanuf Libya, March 2011

Taken on 2011-03-14

Smoke billows from oil fires at Ras Lanuf Petrochemical Complex, 20km from the residential centre of the town. Authorities prevented reporters from approaching for safety reasons but flames were clearly seen rising from the facility.

Source: Essam Mohamed/Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Libyan Refugees Flock to Tunisia, Libya-Tunisia border, March 2011

Libyan Refugees Flock to Tunisia, Libya-Tunisia border, March 2011

Taken on 2011-03-07

"We were in horror and panic in these last few days in Libya; something that made us rush to escape," Mohammed Ahmed says. According to the UN, at least 100,000 have escaped the turmoil in Libya for safety across the western border.

Source: Mohamed El Hedef/Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Ras Lanuf checkpoint

Ras Lanuf checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

Unarmed men stand amid a swirling sandstorm and observe rebels checking passing cars at an occupied military post near the rebel-held, second-largest oil refinery in Libya.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Supplying the front

Supplying the front

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the key oil town of Brega, rebels ferry bottled water to be stored in nearby buildings that once served as residences for security officers.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Brega checkpoint

Brega checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the strategic oil town of Brega, men with what appeared to be better equipment and gear than their untrained comrades began to assemble. They wore emblems indicating their position as engineers or paratroopers and said they were defected "special forces" from Benghazi who were awaiting orders. Despite their more impressive appearance, they still seemed to lack the kind of discipline one might see in Western militaries, or perhaps even Gaddafi's own forces.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Brega checkpoint

Brega checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the strategic oil town of Brega, men with what appeared to be better equipment and gear than their untrained comrades began to assemble. They wore emblems indicating their position as engineers or paratroopers and said they were defected "special forces" from Benghazi who were awaiting orders. Despite their more impressive appearance, they still seemed to lack the kind of discipline one might see in Western militaries, or perhaps even Gaddafi's own forces.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Brega checkpoint

Brega checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the strategic oil town of Brega, men with what appeared to be better equipment and gear than their untrained comrades began to assemble. They wore emblems indicating their position as engineers or paratroopers and said they were defected "special forces" from Benghazi who were awaiting orders. Despite their more impressive appearance, they still seemed to lack the kind of discipline one might see in Western militaries, or perhaps even Gaddafi's own forces. These men were listening to reggae music as they attempted to repair their truck.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Brega checkpoint

Brega checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the strategic oil town of Brega, men with what appeared to be better equipment and gear than their untrained comrades began to assemble. They wore emblems indicating their position as engineers or paratroopers and said they were defected "special forces" from Benghazi who were awaiting orders. Despite their more impressive appearance, they still seemed to lack the kind of discipline one might see in Western militaries, or perhaps even Gaddafi's own forces. This truck says it is a "car of the committee for security."

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

Brega checkpoint

Brega checkpoint

Taken on 2011-03-04

At the main checkpoint near the strategic oil town of Brega, men with what appeared to be better equipment and gear than their untrained comrades began to assemble. They wore emblems indicating their position as engineers or paratroopers and said they were defected "special forces" from Benghazi who were awaiting orders. Despite their more impressive appearance, they still seemed to lack the kind of discipline one might see in Western militaries, or perhaps even Gaddafi's own forces.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-03-16

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