Thursday, February 17, 2011

'Day of Anger' in Libya Costs 10 Lives: UK and US Opposed The Use of Power Against Demonstrators

BENGHAZI - In progressing political rousing through the Middle East, anti-government protesters have came out to the streets of different Libyan cities for a demostration they are unfolding as a "day of anger".

Protests are still under way in Libya's second largest city of Benghazi.

According to different hospital sources; ten bodies have been brought to a hospital after clashes between the activists and the police.

In the meantime; Bahrain demonstrations have been banned and the security forces have tautened its hold after the aggressive elimination of demonstrators in the capital, Manama, on Thursday.

Deep concerns have been shown by the governments of U.S. and U.K. Hillary Clinton, U.S Secretary of State, said that she has talked to her corresponding person in Bahrain to convey the concerns on behalf of Obama administration.

Jay Carney, White House spokesman, also reiterated that the US administration opposed the use of power against the demonstrators.

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