Three more people were killed by security forces on Saturday in Libya's worst violence in the more than four decades under leader Muammar Gaddafi. Human Rights Watch estimates that 84 people have been killed in three days of unrest.
REUTERS - Security forces in Libya's second city killed at least three people on Saturday but have withdrawn to a fortified compound, a witness said, after the worst unrest in Muammar Gaddafi's four decades in power.
The Gaddafi family
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Date created : 2011-02-19