Since the U.N. resolution Friday authorizing international military action in Libya, international military forces have shown their seriousness about taking “all necessary measures” to prevent attacks on Libyan civilians.
In response to the foreign airstrikes, Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi warned of a ‘long war’ ahead, and rebel forces became re-energized in their fight. The Post’s Liz Sly called in from Tripoli to report on what she’s hearing over there.
This video purportedly shows military vehicles destroyed by a coalition airstrike in the besieged city of Misurata, where new fighting was reported Monday.
This video also claims to show the aftermath of an airstrike. Warning: Some graphic images inside.
Benghazi-based television channel Libya Alhurra TV continued its live stream from Libya, despite the man behind the channel, Mohammed Nabbous, having died in crossfire:
More videos that show the fighting in Misurata are available on this Libya ‘Lighthouse Media’ Facebook page.
On Twitter, the Libyan Youth Movement tweeted updates :
Earlier reports from Zintan show the city is in grave danger,as reinforcmnts sent from Gheryan after an initial failed attempted by G #Libya