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|600 in Benghazi |
| Ed - 16.01.2011 16:06 |
En 600 appartementen in Benghazi gekraakt zie link vorige aanvulling
|uit de tijdlijn; USA politiek: |
| MM - 17.01.2011 22:31 |
"1120 GMT: Ahmed al-Khadrawi, an officer in the Tunisian National Guards, said that the military's Chief of Staff, General Rachid Ammar, who was removed by President Ben Ali on Wednesday, received last-minute instructions from the US Embassy to take charge of Tunisian affairs if the situation was out of control.
Al-Khadrawi told Al-Jazeera on Saturday that he has documents backing up his statement. Asked why Ammar has not taken control and declared military rule, al-Khadrawi said that the sudden popular uprising had shocked both the political and military institutions."
(de "change" moet de USA multinazionale belangen natuurlijk wel goed uitkomen, zo was het in ieder geval bedoeld...)
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