As the protests to depose of Libya's leader have amplified, Moammar Gaddafi has increasingly been on the receiving end of snark, ridicule, and parody.
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Libya is bracing for another day of mass protests against Gaddafi's rule, in which conflict between anti-government protesters and Gaddafi forces is expected. The protests are expected to start after noon prayers, which are underway now.
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Emboldened by their victory Wednesday, some Libyan rebels said they planned to advance west and on to Gaddafi's stronghold of Tripoli, the capital. Gaddafi "has the force, but we have the heart," said Suleiman Abdel, a surgeon and, now, a rebel.
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On a day when forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi moved to recapture control of a key oil port in eastern Libya early Wednesday, looking as if they could reverse the tide of the opposition uprising, Gaddafi gave a televised public rally in the capital, Tripoli.
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Anti-government demonstrations grew larger and more boisterous Tuesday. Tens of thousands calling for an immediate end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh authoritarian rule. Organizers called it the "day of rage," a name chosen to echo the protests in Egypt that led to President Mubarak's ouster. Since the protests in Yemen began Feb. 16, human rights activists say at least 27 people have been killed.
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State television announced Monday that ousted president Hosni Mubarak and his family had been banned from foreign travel, and their financial assets were being freezed inside the country, wire services reported.
As unrest continues to grow in the troubled southern Arabian state of Yemen, President Ali Abdullah Saleh was today dealt yet another blow when the opposition coalition rebuffed his offer of a unity government
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