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Muammar Gaddafi, the ruler of Libya, deployed tanks and fighter jets in an attempt to put down a popular uprising, ignited by street protests, that started in the east of the country and spread toTripoli, the capital. Rebels held large swathes of territory after taking heavy losses estimated to be at least 1,000 killed and many more injured. The UN Security Council demanded an end to theviolence.

Muammar Gaddafi, el gobernante de Libia, desplegó tanques y aviones de combate en un intento por sofocar un levantamiento popular, encendidos por las protestas callejeras, que comenzaron en eleste del país y se extendió a Trípoli, la capital. Los rebeldes celebraron grandes extensiones de territorio, después de tomar grandes pérdidas se estima que al menos 1.000 muertos y muchos másheridos. El Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU pidió el fin de la violencia.

Building a new Libya

The founding fathers of a new Libya have gathered. in this green mountain town, perched above the coastalsand- flats, they plan to write a new constitution and restore civilian rule.

Delegates to the new assembly paint Libya's future as a liberal parliamentary democracy, and have decked beida'sparliament building in portraits of King Idris and Benghazi claim to be running civilian committees, and have called for the restoration of the 1952 constitution, amended to uphold a multiparty republic.Blaming outsiders

"They care more about oil than our blood" says a Tobruk history teacher.

Libya oil industry operators are now threatening to destroy pipelines and cut supplies to Europe, IfEuropean states fail to intervene to end Mr Gaddafi's rule.

La construcción de una nueva Libya

Los padres fundadores de una nueva Libya se han reunido en este pueblo de montaña verde, ubicadasobre la costa de arena, y planean escribir una nueva Constitución y restaurar el gobierno civil.

Los delegados de la nueva asamblea pintan el futuro de Libya como una democracia parlamentaria...
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