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Selasa, 17 Mei 2011
LIBYA : REBELLION CONTIUNES
A Libyan rebel fighter walks near a checkpoint outside Ajdabiya on May 10, where fighting between rebels and forces loyal to leader Moammar Khadafy was ongoing.
Libya is entering the third month of fighting since a rebellion began in February. Today prosecutors from the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued arrest warrants for Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy, his son Saif al-Islam Khadafy, and his brother-in-law Abdullah Al-Sanousi for organizing attacks on civilians during the uprising. Last week, rebels pushed out government troops from the Misrata airport, ending the shelling of that city. Despite air support from NATO, a grinding stalemate endures. Collected here are pictures of the rebellion and daily life in the country of over six million.
A boy attends a rally near the courthouse in Benghazi May 14. The protesters were calling on the International Criminal Court to issue arrest warrants for Libya's leader Moammar Khadafy. They got their wish.
A Libyan rebel stands guard on top of a roof overlooking thousands performing noon prayers in Revolution Square in Benghazi on May 13.
Libyan rebels surround a house where a soldier loyal to Moammar Khadafy took refuge after killing a rebel during a battle in the town of Tamina, Libya on May 13.
Men check the internet before their sunset prayer in Benghazi on May 5.
A rebel fighter patrols in the desert south of the Libyan rebel-held town of Zintan in the Western Mountains on May 12.
Rebel fighter Mussa Mohammed Mussa recovers in a bed in a public hospital in Benghazi on May 10. Mussa Mohammed was injured in Misrata May 1 during fierce fighting and was brought to Benghazi on a fishing boat.
A rebel fighter stands guard outside Kabaw in the Western Mountain region of Libya on May 11. Fighting in the Western Mountain region, home to the Berber ethnic minority, has intensified since the rebels seized the Dehiba border crossing into Tunisia last month, opening a key artery for supplies.
Ramzy Elshahiebi smokes a cigarette while assembling homemade bombs in Benghazi. Elshahiebi used to fish with dynamite and now makes bombs that serve the rebel army.
Libyan men react as the main fuel depot in Misrata burns after a bombing by government forces on May 7.
People stand next to caricatures of Moammar Khadafy in Benghazi May 8.
Libyan rebels walk in a stairwell after firing a rocket-propelled grenade towards pro-Khadafy forces from a high vantage point in Misrata on May 8.
Rebel forces celebrate upon returning to liberated territory following NATO bombings of Khadafy forces deep inside Ajdabiya May 9
Volunteers work to recover and bury dead bodies for health and religious reasons in Misrata on May 4. Misrata doctors estimate that more than 1,000 people have been killed in their city in two months of fighting.
Relatives mourn during the funeral of Abdul-Gader Al-Faitori, a rebel fighter who died after being injured a month ago during combat in Benghazi on May 4