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'The Libyan air force destroyed just the ammunition sites. Critics have accused Ghannouchi of being too close to former President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, toppled on January 14 after a series of protests that sent shockwaves across the Arab world..'My resignation will provide a better atmosphere for the new era,' he said, adding he wanted to prevent more deaths.That's it.'The British-educated Seif al Islam is the most visible of Gaddafi's children and has been acting as a spokesman for the regime. Three people have been killed since Friday in clashes between security forces and demonstrator..'My resignation is in the service of the country,' he added. After the announcement, security forces fired into the air in the capital Tunis to disperse hundreds of youths who were throwing rocks and smashing shop windows. Asked about Obama's call for his father to step down, he said: 'It's not an American business, that's number on. Tunisian Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi resigned today to try to smooth the way for elections. We are a very modest family and everybody knows that.'Two U. senators said Washington should recognize and arm a provisional government in rebel-held areas of eastern Libya and impose a no-fly zone over the area - enforced by U. In the main square, an effigy of the leader hung from a light pole with the words 'Execute Gaddafi' on its chest.'To us, Gadhafi is the 'Dracula' of Libya,' said Wael al-Oraibi, an army officer in Zawiya who decided to join the rebels in large part after Gaddafi used mercenaries from sub-Saharan Africa against residents of the city. freeze of Libyan assets, he said: 'First of all, we don't have money outside. Police stations and government offices have been torched, and anti-Gaddafi graffiti - labeling him a 'mass murderer' - was everywhere.'I am not a man of repression.'Ghannouchi restated the government's pledge to hold elections to replace Ben Ali, widely seen by Tunisians as repressive and corrupt, by July 15.Human rights groups and European officials have put the death toll since unrest began in Libya nearly two weeks ago at hundreds - perhaps thousands - although it has been virtually impossible to verify the numbers.



'Give banks a chance to secure the needed liquidity in its branches at the suitable time,' it said. British and German military planes landed in Libya's desert, rescuing hundreds of oil workers and civilians stranded at remote sites over the weekend, while thousands of other foreigners were still stuck in Tripoli by bad weather and red tape.A doctor in Libya's third-largest city of Misrata, 125 miles east of Tripoli, said residents retrieved two more bodies of those killed in fighting with pro-Gaddafi forces near the city's air base Friday. In Ukraine, a nurse believed to have a close relationship with Gadhafi was reported to have deserted Gadhafi after his crackdown. Halyna Kolotnytska, 38, arrived in Kiev early Sunday on a plane that evacuated 122 Ukrainians and 68 foreign nationals from Libya. There is no electricity bill in Libya; electricity is free for all its citizens. There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at 0% interest by law. Home considered a human right in Libya – Gaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home.

Gaddafi’s father has died while him, his wife and his mother are still living in a tent. All newlyweds in Libya receive $60,000 Dinar (US$ 50,000 ) by the government to buy their first apartment so to help start up the family. Education and medical treatments are free in Libya.

Should Libyans want to take up farming career, they would receive farming land, a farming house, equipments, seeds and livestock to kick- start their farms – all for free. If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funds them to go abroad for it – not only free but they get US $2, 300/mth accommodation and car allowance. In Libyan, if a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidized 50% of the price.