Tuesday, August 23, 2011
inothernews:

People flood the streets outside the Washington Post, moments after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake, centered in Mineral, Virginia hit Washington, D.C.  The quake was felt as far north as Boston and as far south as North Carolina; no injuries were immediately reported.   					(Photo: David Nakamura/The Washington Post)

inothernews:

People flood the streets outside the Washington Post, moments after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake, centered in Mineral, Virginia hit Washington, D.C.  The quake was felt as far north as Boston and as far south as North Carolina; no injuries were immediately reported.  (Photo: David Nakamura/The Washington Post)

nationalpost:

Liveblog: Earthquake felt along eastern seaboardA minor earthquake rattled the eastern seaboard Tuesday afternoon, the effects of which are being reported in Toronto, New York, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina.The U.S. Geological Survey website is reporting the earthquake measured 5.9 in magnitude and originated at Mineral, Va., approximately 150 kilometres south of Washington, D.C.

nationalpost:

Liveblog: Earthquake felt along eastern seaboard
A minor earthquake rattled the eastern seaboard Tuesday afternoon, the effects of which are being reported in Toronto, New York, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina.

The U.S. Geological Survey website is reporting the earthquake measured 5.9 in magnitude and originated at Mineral, Va., approximately 150 kilometres south of Washington, D.C.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

There is certain information tells that forces loyal to Gaddafi withdrew and left their weapons behind in areas outside Tripoli. And I think everything is in order in Tripoli, rebels are approaching al-Sareem Street nearby Bab al-Azizia complex.


Gaddafi may be coerced to flee if he managed to co-ordinate it with some countries, but I hope to arrest him to be tried with his sons and his assistants in Libya

Head of the Political affairs of the NTC, Fathi Baja, to Reuters, via the Al Jazeera live blog (via thepoliticalnotebook)

thepoliticalnotebook:

Reports on Twitter regarding Libya are moving very quickly. The front in Zawiya is moving to Tripoli as the fighters plan for an early morning offensive. There are reports, confirmed by Richard Engel of NBC, that there is fighting in the city itself.

Follow the Al Jazeera live blog, which is beginning to update more attentively.

Monday, February 21, 2011