Libyan protesters storm congress

Libyan protesters storm congress

Tripoli : Libya | Oct 04, 2012 at 9:15 AM PDT
Source: News 24
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Protesters stormed the headquarters of Libya's national congress on Thursday angry about the new prime minister's proposed government line-up, saying it was not fully representative of the North African country. Between 100 and 150 demonstrators from the western town of Zawiyah walked into the... FULL ARTICLE AT News 24
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