News & Public Affairs03/14/11 wire reports including AP
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday Listen to this entire show:
West of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, government tanks and artillery bombarded an opposition-held town near the Tunisian border. A resident in Zwara says at least four rebel fighters were killed in the barrage.
In the east, opposition forces have slowed the government's offensive at the oil port of Brega. While Gadhafi's troops used superior firepower to drive the rebels out of the city yesterday, they've been unable to hold it. Rebels pushed back into Brega last night and claim to have cap...Be the first to comment
03/02/11 wire services
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday Listen to this entire show:
Libyan rebels have repelled an attack by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi at a key coastal oil installation in Brega.
Gadhafi's forces initially recaptured the facility, but a wave of civilian militias drove them out. At least six people were killed in the fighting.
Meanwhile in the capital, Gadhafi vowed his forces would "fight until the last man and woman." In the speech broadcast on Libyan state TV, he lashed out against Europe and the United States for pressuring him to step down. G...Be the first to comment
03/01/11 wire services
WMNF Drive-Time News Tuesday Listen to this entire show:
Residents of the rebel-held city closest to Libya's capital are celebrating after fighters repelled an overnight attack by forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi.
Witnesses say the pro-Gadhafi forces battled the rebels for six hours, but couldn't take control of Zawiya.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told Congress today that the U.S. must lead an international response to the crisis, including a no-fly zone.
Clinton says the Obama administration may seek the prosecution o...2 comments
02/25/11 SeÃ¡n Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Friday Listen to this entire show:
The White House says the U.S. is moving forward with plans to impose unilateral sanctions on Libya in response to violence there.
Another U.S. official says the United States has closed its embassy in Tripoli after evacuating all personnel on a ferry and a chartered airplane.
There are reports of at least four deaths today in Libya's capital. That’s after militias loyal to Moammar Gadhafi opened fire on opponents holding their first major protest in Tripoli in days. On the television ...Be the first to comment