BREAKING NEWS: Intense NATO Bombings of Tripoli

Some of the DIGNITY Delegation has departed and some have remained.  We were to visit the camps of the internally-displaced persons who include Libyans and migrant workers from other parts of Africa and West Asia, but the intense bombing prevented our going out.  The bombing yesterday started at 11:00 am and went nonstop until we went to sleep around 11:30 pm and we counted 89 blasts in the Tripoli area.  NATO also bombed in areas outside of Tripoli including the busy part of the harbor where offloading of ships takes place.  We are on our way now to continue our fact-finding.

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