Thursday, April 21, 2011

A boat moves more than 1,100 refugees to Benghazi Misurata

Benghazi. .- A Greek-flagged ship now moved more than 1,100 refugees from the besieged Misurata Libyan city of Benghazi to the rebel stronghold. Most of them were foreign workers from Nigeria, Ghana and other African countries. "The situation in Misurata is horrible, it is difficult to find clean water and permanently drop missiles and grenades," he told a Jordanian who worked in a marble factory in the city.

On Tuesday, he said, four Grad rockets hit the port area where he and four colleagues were waiting for a ship sent by the emirate of Qatar. The evacuees were transported by buses to Egypt, where you must travel to their country by plane. Before you were taken to a refugee camp on the outskirts of Benghazi.

The rebels, on the other hand, noted that in recent weeks received small arms by sea route. However, still much weaker than the forces of the regime of Muammar al-Gaddafi said.

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